I am part of Team Solstice and I wanted to share some info about our new game, Solstice Arena, which just launched!
We like to call Solstice Arena the first free to play 'speed MOBA' designed for tablets and mobile platforms.
Players compete against each other in 3 on 3 combat where matches last an average of 6 to 12 minutes.
A lot of us on the team come from making high end PC and console games, including MMO's, and because of this, Solstice Arena won Warcry.com’s Best MOBA of E3 Award, as well as the Editor’s Choice Award on 148apps.com, and the iTunes store.
Please feel free to check out our site and trailer below, as well as download the game and try it out.
If you have any questions (or ideas for the game), please let us know. We’d love to hear your feedback.
App Store: http://zynga.tm/playSolsticeArena
Solstice Arena - The World's First Speed MOBA!
DFawkes 22,064 posts
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What do you mean by Worlds First Speed MOBA? The trailer makes it look like yet another MOBA, which I still maintain isn't a real genre anyway. I assume by the word Speed it's supposed to be faster, but it doesn't look like it is, and even if it did I don't think that'd be a good thing.
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What the fuck is a MOBA?
Benno 9,392 posts
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the award for best MOBA at e3? How many MOBAs were at E3?
@DFawkes: Solstice Arena is made to be played in short increments, and as a result, most games last only 12 minutes at the most. This is great when you want to play a MOBA, but simply don't have the time for an hour long game (A problem I've personally had a number of times)
@Spudsbuckly: MOBA stands for Multiplayer Online Battle Arena. Games such as League of Legends, DOTA, or Solstice Arena are MOBA games.
@Benno: There were a number of MOBA games shown at E3, upwards of 9 if I remember correctly.