Game of Thrones: Ascent coming to Android and iOS with cross-platform play

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 11 January 2014 17:39 GMT

Game of Thrones: Ascent, the popular Facebook game, will be released on Android and iOS “in the near future,” according to developer Disruptor Beam’s CEO, Jon Radoff. Speaking with Gamezebo, Radoff said those who played the game on the social network will be able to link their accounts for cross-platform play and pick up where they left off on Facebook if they wish. The title benefits from in-game updates which coincide with what’s happening in the HBO series. Thanks, Pocketgamer.

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