The new game’s official release was first spotted by our friends at WPCentral and comes fully loaded with Xbox Live integration as seen in the beta, and also works with those 512 MB devices that are often overlooked by app developers.
With the game featuring sign-in with Microsoft Accounts and availability on both platforms, it goes without saying that syncing your game play and progress between the two should go pretty smoothly and often makes games more appealing to players while exposing it to a wider audience that may not necessarily have a Windows Phone.
You can download Age of Empires: Castle Siege using the QR code for Windows Phone and via Windows Store here. What do you think of this new game and how does it run on your device? Let us know in the comments below.