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Unigine working on naval strategy game

Posted on Thursday, September 02 2010 @ 21:19:33 CEST by

Unigine announced their first game, a naval real-time strategy game named OilRush. It will be released for Windows and Linux in Q4 2010, and a PSN version will follow later.
OilRush is a real-time strategy game based on the group control. It offers mechanics of a classical RTS combined with a Tower Wars genre: control construction and upgrading of production platforms as well as their defence forces, and send battle groups of naval and air units to capture enemy's platforms and oil rig.

Challenging gameplay takes you through rushing swarms of furious enemies in every battle. The winning requires intelligent branching of technology researches and all the variety of tactics you can employ.

Multiplayer over LAN and Internet is also available in the game.

In the post-apocalyptic flooded world there are two things running short: oil and time. The last survivors in a desperate desire to seize control and dominate the enemy have started the naval warfare that turned the whole world into one large battlefield.

The key of survival in the devastated world is to keep forcing the high-paced advancement of military technologies never ceasing to introduce new types of combat units. In these harsh and cruel times, oil is thicker than blood.
You can check out screenshors over here.



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