I firmly believe in what GameClub does, and I was very pleased to visit all the old games they’ve worked on, so don’t hesitate to get on the Early Access train and tell people at GameClub what they think about the games they’re already working on and all the games they’d like to see in the future. But that’s not all! The entire trilogy returns to GameClub, and although dates have not yet been set, the Monster Wars and Stellar Wars suites will continue to be added to the Early Access list. Starting Monday, GameClub Early Access members will receive a test invitation to the Legendary Wars and will be able to start playing this lost classic right away. The latest version is Live Games Legendary Wars, a side-scrolling strategy for the 2011 fighter. The third game was released in 2013: Star Wars, which adopted the formulas of Legendary Wars and Terrible Wars, but applied science fiction to the new campaign. Legendary Wars were very popular when it was released, and released a sequel called “Monster Wars”, which you played like all the bad guys in the first game. In the “Castle” genre, which invaded the App Store at the time, Legendary Wars allow you to control a large group of heroes as you fight a large group of fantastic villains. So you can download all the previous games, because they are all free, without advertising or anything else, and use them for viewing, and then comment on the Testflight or GameClub discord, and do brief research. If you also have games to look out for, hoping GameClub can try to bring them back from the dead, then you can fill out this little form to order, and they’ll take note of it. It was fun to discover the story of “Legendary Wars”, but on the other hand, we also liked “Monster Wars” in our 2012 review. They also had levels more like side scrolling rackets, runners or various other types of games. Somehow, it went very well, and we had a holistic experience that we really liked in our first review. Interesting at the time was the diversity, because apart from “castle by castle” it was “castle by castle”.