Gameforge announces Online Action RPG Hellbreed

Karlsruhe, Germany, 7th June 2011 – Today, Gameforge, Europe’s leading provider of free-to-play online games, announces the action role-playing game  Hellbreed , a free-to-play browser game with unprecedented graphics. The game has first been introduced to the players at gamescom 2010 with the working title“Soulbinder” and is now expected to be released in August 2011.

In  Hellbreed , the player boldly faces the creatures of his opponent Darken and tries to unite the world Manjuri again, which has been smashed by the Gods. Players can choose between three characters and fight the enemies in singleplayer mode as well as in multiplayer sessions.

The Phire 2.5D Engine, developed by Gameforge’s studio Inflammables, not only sets new standards in graphics, it also provides a fluid gameplay without inconvenient loading time. The isometric view creates a 3D effect in the browser which allows a detailed presentation of the environment.

„We are certain that  Hellbreed  is going to set new standards. There isn’t a comparable action browser game on the market right now, and we are definitely excited to see the first reactions of the players”, says Markus Windelen, Vice President Web Games at Gameforge.

Hellbreed  Features:

    <*> Complex monster AI <*> More than 250 monsters and NPCs  <*> More than 120 splinter worlds <*> Powerful items <*> More than 70 companions and combat machines <*> Individual character design <*> Exciting background story

Please find more information and assets of  Hellbreed  on and on Gameforge’s  press server.

About Gameforge:

Gameforge is Europe's leading provider of free-to-play online games. Located in Karlsruhe, Germany, Gameforge currently offers 20 games in more than 50 languages and has 200 million registered users worldwide. The portfolio includes two types of games: client-based massively multiplayer online (MMO) games, among them Europe's MMO  Metin2Gates of Andaron, and the European version of  Wizard101; as well as premium browser-based games like the award-winning  IkariamOGame and the upcoming  Star Trek: Infinite Space. Gameforge currently employs more 450 staff members in its Karlsruhe headquarters. In 2010, Gameforge was awarded "TOP JOB Employer of the Year" and was titled one of the best employers of 2010 by the Great Place to Work® Institute of Germany. For more information about the company, please visit:

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