The game publisher Devolver has announced a partnership with HBO, and they are coming up with Reigns: Game of Thrones. The game will take the core Reigns mechanics and art style, and brings the gameplay with a number of new mini-games and features, and maps it all to the world of Westeros. Reigns is about balancing the power of four factions (military, church, people and wealth). The game and its sequel turned the life of a monarch into a Tinder-inspired strategy game; you have to swipe left or right to make decisions, along with balancing things like your reputation with the church, the happiness of your people, and the amount of money in your coffers. Each decision causes the factions to rise and fall in power; if one faction gets too weak or too powerful, your reign at the top comes to an often-violent end. Though it takes several deaths to understand how decisions will influence the world. Reigns: Game of Thrones just adds familiar faces both as playable rulers as well as characters that will come to help/hinder your rule. Players can choose to rule as Cersei Lannister, Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, Tyrion Lannister, Sansa Stark and other applicants while changing between each king and queen to face challenges and mysteries unique to their story. Once the character is chosen, the player will be able to rule the throne. Bottom-line is that each playthrough begins with your character as ruler, and ultimately ends with your character’s demise. The official Twitter account of Reigns: Game of Thrones has teased the announcement earlier this week with a map of Westeros: Reigns: Game of Thrones launches in October on iOS, Android, and PC. Meanwhile, the final season of Game of Thrones is coming in 2019.