InnoGames Presents Kartuga and Premieres Gameplay Trailer at gamescom

MEDIA INFORMATION

  

Cologne, August 16, 2012. This week, InnoGames presents its upcoming 3D title, Kartuga, to European media at gamescom for the first time. Also, the new gameplay trailer premiers, displaying Kartuga's high-end graphics and action-packed PvP. It is available on YouTube now. While still in alpha, the action MMOG has made significant progress in terms of gameplay and visual quality since its world premiere at E3 this past June.

The big-budget browser game, developed by Hamburg's Ticking Bomb Games, is a Unity 3D - based pirate MMOG with several role-playing elements.  Kartuga players choose one of three customizable ship classes to sail through a series of quests and missions. The ingenious combat system, along with a strong focus on cooperative PvP, guarantees long-lasting fun. The game is set to launch early 2013. www.kartuga.com gives players a peek into its stylized fantasy world with screenshots and a feature list. On www.facebook.com/kartuga, players receive regular information about the status of the game.

About InnoGames:

With about 80 million registered players, InnoGames is one of the world's leading developers and providers of online games. The Hamburg-based company has scored major successes with games such as Tribal Wars, Grepolis and Forge of Empires

About Ticking Bomb Games:

Marco Schultz and Tobias Severin founded Ticking Bomb Games in 2008. Since 2011, they have been developing games exclusively for InnoGames. The development studio, which boasts over 30 employees, won the coveted Deutscher Entwickler Preis (German Developer Award) for its browser title Europe 1400. Their greatest expertise lies in Unity3D.

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