Namejs' Ring with its mystical powers along with gold treasures are stolen from the villages of Semigallia by the Livonian Order. By taking away the ring, invaders hope to crash the will of Semgalian people. The black crusaders have been using brutal force on so called last pagans of Europe for the satisfaction of the bishop ruling from Riga and his masters in Rome. The treasures are to be alloyed and used to finance new mercenaries to lock up the free people in Semigallia and attack Lithuanian territories to the south. You are one of the ancient Baltic tribal “viking” heroes. Your task is to find and take back the stolen assets. As you approach the ring, your strength grows and weaponry improves. You are able to help your people and win back the power of Namejs’ Ring. But if not, you have to leave your people in the mercy of black crusaiders and retreat in Lithuania to join their king Traidens. Which way will you end up?
ABOUT NAMEJS & THE GAME
The origins of Namejs’ Ring can be traced back in the legends of historical events from 12th and 13th centuries. During these times the crusaders came into the territories of Semigallian and other Baltic and Estonian related tribes and started their assaults on so called last European pagans. The creation of the game has been inspired by the Latvian movie The Pagan King produced in 2018. Game characters are made in Japanese Chibi style, widely used in manga, animations and video games all around the world. Thus, the game is not only a unique case of Latvian ancient stories available on Apple iOS platform, but also a nice blend of diverse styles and motives.
The game has been granted and updated with Latvia's Centenary affiliation logo
- Curiosity Ventures LLC
- 223.2 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, Japanese, Latvian
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © Curiosity Ventures LLC
- In-App Purchases
- Full Access (two more levels) $1.99
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