By Tracey Lien on Sep 18, 2014 at 9:00am

Boss Fight Entertainment, the Dallas-based studio comprised of developers who madeAge of Empires, Halo Wars, Rise of Nations and CastleVille, is venturing into a space that few Western developers have gone before: The casual role-playing game.

Its forthcoming title, Dungeon Boss, distills the dungeon-crawling, boss fighting and team building elements of traditional RPGs into an accessible mobile experience. The aim, according to Boss Fight’s chief creative officer Bill Jackson, is to bring the collectible RPG to a mainstream audience, allowing players to dive in quickly to raid dungeons and fight bosses…. Read the full article here on Polygon