“Omerta - City of Gangsters” Out Now on Mac

Bracknell, UK, 2nd August 2013 - Kalypso Media is pleased to announce that Omerta – City of Gangsters is out now for the Mac and is available to purchase in the UK and Export Territories via Steam and the iTunes Mac Store.  The Mac version offers the player the opportunity for cross-platform multiplayer functionality between Windows PC and Mac, along with full support for Steam Cloud Saves on both platforms. Omerta- City of Gangsters drops players into Prohibition-era Atlantic City as they fight to take over the city through means both legal and illicit. Strategically conquer the city block-by-block by buying, building or bullying the competition, then pull off daring heists in turn-based tactical combat. 

Omerta – City of Gangsters is a simulation game with tactical turn-based combat. Taking the role of a fresh-off-the-boat immigrant, with dreams of the big life, the player will work his way up the criminal hierarchy of 1920’s Atlantic City, New Jersey. Starting with small jobs, his character recruits a gang and expands his empire by taking territory from other gangsters. Eventually he establishes his own crime syndicate and becomes the de facto ruler of Atlantic City.

The player strategically manages his business and his minions in a real-time format, slowly but steadily increasing his influence over the city. The player sends his henchmen out on missions ranging from assassinating an informant, to raiding a warehouse, springing a friend from prison, robbing a bank or attacking a rival gang’s hideout. Nobody is above the law in Atlantic City, so it always helps to have a little cash handy to bribe a policeman or pay off a politician.

The turn-based combat in Omerta – City of Gangsters focuses on the tactical command of “The Boss” and his henchmen. Cover and stealth are essential parts of any shootout in the game. Finding the best vantage point to gun down an enemy, while taking cover from a hailstorm of bullets, can be just as satisfying as sneaking quietly behind a foe and taking him down.

For more information about Omerta – City of Gangsters, please visit

http://www.cityofgangsters.com/uk/ or https://www.facebook.com/OmertaCityOfGangsters

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For more information please contact:

 

Mark Allen

Head of Marketing and PR, Kalypso Media UK

E: mark.allen@kalypsomedia.com

Kayleigh Gilkerson

Marketing and PR Manager, Kalypso Media UK

E: Kayleigh.gilkerson@kalypsomedia.com

Gareth Bagg

Marketing and PR Assistant, Kalypso Media UK

E: Gareth.Bagg@kalypsomedia.com

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About The Kalypso Media Group

Founded in 2006 in Germany by industry veterans Simon Hellwig and Stefan Marcinek, Kalypso Media is a global, independent developer, marketer and publisher of interactive entertainment software with over 120 employees worldwide.

Along with Headquarters in Worms, Germany, the company has offices in the United Kingdom and the United States.  Kalypso Media also enjoys very strong global digital distribution through its Kalypso Media Digital Ltd. subsidiary, owns three development studios – Realmforge Studios GmbH, Gaming Minds Studios GmbH and Noumena Studios GmbH – and works with multiple leading independent developers.

Kalypso Media‘s titles include the critically acclaimed Tropico 3, Tropico 4, Sins of a Solar Empire (Europe and Asia), and Dungeons. Upcoming titles include The Dark Eye – Demonicon (PC), Air Conflicts: Vietnam (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC) and Rise of Venice (PC). Further information about Kalypso Media is available at http://www.kalypsomedia.com.  


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