Updated on October 16th, at 09:45: EA has now soft-launched Dungeon Keeper on iOS in Canada, too.
So, if you're lucky enough to live in the Frozen North, you can find out whether or not the shift to free-to-play has been detrimental to the game before the rest of us.
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EA has soft-launched two of its big-hitting upcoming iOS and Android games, Heroes of Dragon Age and Dungeon Keeper, on Google Play in Canada, Singapore, Australia, and a number of other countries.
Both of the games are free-to-play, and both of them represent the mobile debuts of their respective series.
Heroes of Dragon Age is all about building up a party of powerful heroes and enlisting the help of a dragon as you battle through historic events in the timeline of the continent of Thedas.
It's very much in the card battler mode, with little interaction once the scraps start. You need to set your formations and choose your warriors carefully if you want to succeed.
There's plenty of Dragon Age lore here. At the moment, though, we're not quite sure whether there's much of an actual game to back it up.
Dungeon Keeper is a free-to-play re-imagining of the classic strategy game. You take control of the denizens of a subterranean lair and need to build up your dungeon empire to repel attacks.
You have to build traps to protect the heart of your dungeon from your enemies, use your imps to build new workshops, and bash down walls to expand your realm.
As you'd expect, there are wait timers you can banish by spending some premium currency. It does look, however, as if the dev has managed to capture the dark humour of the original PC games here.
Dungeon Keeper and Heroes of Dragon Age should be out on the App Store and globally on Google Play in the not-too-distant future.
We will, of course, keep you updated as soon as we know anything else about these two games.