An iOS game is making its PC debut later this summer, and it includes a tie-in to one of Valve's biggest game franchises. Robot Entertainment has announced that its strategy game Hero Academy will be released on Steam on August 7th. The PC version will come with a special team modeled after the playable characters in Valve's popular first person shooter Team Fortress 2.
There will also be asynchronous cross platform one-on-one multiplayer battle support for the Steam/PC and iOS versions. In addition, people who purchase the Steam port will also be able to get a unique Team Fortress 2 cosmetic item when they buy any expansion team in Hero Academy.
As far as Hero Academy itself, Robot Entertainment says:
Blending classic tactics gaming with the fast-paced action of modern casual titles, Hero Academy delivers tense one-on-one battles with quick bursts of gameplay. The balance of power can shift in a single turn, and victory requires a carefully crafted strategy. Deploy different character classes, defend your turf with countermeasures, and with the placement of a few special items, you’ll conquer your opponent.
There is no word on on a price point for the PC version.
Source: Robot Entertainment web site