Bamberg, Germany - November 25, 2011 – German browser game developer Upjers has launched its successful 3D RPG Koyotl in English. Players all over the world are being sucked into an action-packed adventure while being fascinated by its open-world aspects, whose setting is inspired by Native American cultures. Koyotl is a three-time nominee of this year's “German Developer Award” (Deutscher Entwicklerpreis).
In this 3D role-playing game, the player creates his own individual character. With him, he will explore the vast and detailed world, all the while tracking down the mischievous shaman Koyotl, who serves as the game's namesake and primary antagonist. On their quest, players are confronted with evil-minded creatures such as light spectres, wolves and golems. Those creatures need to be vanquished in turn-based tactical combats.
The players don't have to face the dangers in the world of Koyotl alone – special co-op campaigns allow two friends to support one another in the battle against the evil creatures. Players who prefer to compete against other players may prove themselves in the PvP arena, fighting duels face to face. In a guild's collective, it is possible to stage tribal wars and obtain valuable tribal skills.
Upjers welcomes dauntless warriors who are brave enough to face the challenges of Koyotl. Starting now, this 3D role-playing game is playable free of charge and without any additional installation on www.koyotl.com, directly in your browser.
With more than 35 million registered players and thousands of new registrations per day, Upjers ranks among the leading browser game providers and producers world-wide. Founded in 2006, the company has published over 20 games to date. Constantly reinventing established genres, the dedicated employees at the company seat in Bamberg, Germany, work tirelessly on maintaining and updating the released versions, as well as on producing new games, using state-of-the-art technology. Upjers' focus on gameplay, carefully crafted graphics as well as community-management, has gained them several awards already, such as “Browser game of the year” and “Best casual game”, proving that their efforts in constantly improving game-mechanics and graphics, in short, to constantly excel themselves, are fully justified.
You can find more information about Upjers on www.company.upjers.com.