Game Insight & Divo Games Mobile announce The Tribez for iOS

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Game Insight has announced its newest game, The Tribez, for iOS platforms. The Tribez will be a colorful and fast-paced game that goes beyond basic city-building to include multiple varieties of quests, timed challenges, and item collection.

The game puts the player in the role of a hapless time traveler who is prophesied to be the savior of a nation of primitive tribesmen. Viewed as a powerful being, the traveler soon becomes chieftain, responsible for the well-being of all tribal villagers. The Tribez brings a ton of variety and will challenge players to not only collect resources and build towns, but also to keep villagers happy and collect rare items hidden throughout its levels.

The Tribez will have numerous locations to explore, build, and conquer. The game also includes a plethora of humorous characters and dangerous creatures to encounter, including ferocious, and very hungry, dinosaurs. The Tribez will challenge not only the player’s wits and strategic planning skills, but will also test the speed of their trigger finger with a number of timed challenges. Prophesies foretold of one would bring peace to the The Tribez... can players live up to the challenge? Find out in March when this new free-to-play game will be released for iOS platforms.

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