All in! Sci-Fi Browser Game Imperion launches Open Beta—Now Anyone can take Command on the Bridge

Munich, 6 December 2012 Imperion opened the gates to the international server  hosting its closed beta in October. Since then, it’s enchanted players around the world, as well as its producers at Travian Games. Selected strategists and empire-builders were permitted to explore and conquer the infinite reaches of the strategy browser game — and to take territories by force from other players in exciting battles. You might have thought the galactic scale of Imperion's sci-fi spectacle was big enough, but the rush to claim the limited access codes on http://play.imperion.com and on the official Facebook page ( www.facebook.com/imperionnews) exceeded all expectations and demonstrated the unflagging interest in such high quality games.

The developer team took the enormous demand and the community’s positive feedback to heart and devoted themselves to integrating additional features and priming the backend for the expected rush. All the hard work paid off, because as of today, Travian Games is proud to offer every interested player unlimited access to the open beta of its newest strategy hit. Product manager Stefan Walter is proud of his Imperion crew: “Work on Imperion has gone

extremely well. It’s the result of the hard work and the impressive engagement of the entire

team, which has devoted itself to creating the most comprehensive browser-based strategy

game. I’m happy that we can now offer all the true fans and genre-lovers real, long-lasting scifi fun.”

Imperion is a multiplayer strategy game. Players choose from three species: Terrans, Titans and the Xen, each with its own unique advantages. Imperion offers players high complexity without overwhelming them; thanks to a finely-tuned balance, gameplay is long-lasting and fun. The diversity of strategies and the development of various galaxies give virtual space generals extreme levels of gameplay freedom. From resource management to refined development strategies to diplomatic tactics, Imperion offers rich, varied and deep gameplay.

The strongly communicative aspect comes to the fore in the alliance system. Only through wise use of alliances can a galactic strategist secure his empire and expand its borders without the danger and destruction of combat and conflict.

Imperion is currently available to players all over the world in English on an international server. In the first quarter of 2013 it will be published in multiple languages.

Product:

Imperion

Genre:

Science-Fiction Strategy

Publisher/Developer:

Travian Games GmbH

Price:

Free to play

Languages:

English (German and additional and additional languages soon)

Website:

http://play.imperion.com

About Travian Games GmbH:

Headquartered in Munich, Travian Games GmbH is one of the world's leading providers of browser-based online games. The company offers its customers worldwide a range of complex and multi-layered worlds of experience that impress with their game depth and guarantee long-lasting gaming fun. A motivated team of over 230 employees develop and market online entertainment for all age groups. The company also acts as a publisher for external developers. With no lengthy or expensive downloads, all games can be simultaneously played by millions of users worldwide – all that is required is Internet access and a web browser.

The portfolio of various genres is translated into up to 42 different languages, enabling the games to be used around the world by fans who appreciate lasting gaming entertainment. Further information about Travian Games GmbH is available at www.traviangames.com  


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