FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Independent game developer Inventive Dingo releases a major update, featuring all-new audio and revamped graphics, for the award-winning game Mayhem Intergalactic, a streamlined and engaging "arcade strategy" game of interstellar conquest. The game is easy to learn and quick to play. A free demo is available.
Canberra, Australia -- March 11, 2008 -- Independent game developer Inventive Dingo, www.inventivedingo.com, has released a major update to Mayhem Intergalactic, a streamlined and engaging "arcade strategy" game of interstellar conquest. The update, which brings the game to version 1.1.0, features all-new audio and revamped graphics, and like all such updates is free to existing customers. A free demo is available at http://www.inventivedingo.com/mayhemig.
Mayhem Intergalacticwas recently awarded a place in the Student Showcase of the 2008 Independent Games Festival in San Francisco, often called the Sundance of video games. The game was subsequently featured on the Australian gaming TV show "Good Game".
"The IGF was a unique experience," says Chris Pelling, the founder and sole employee of Inventive Dingo, who also studies full-time at university. "Everyone who tried the game said they loved it. I'm a bit of an upstart, even for an independent game developer, so I felt quite out of place there - too indie for indie! - until people actually started playing the game and voicing their opinions on it. Once they got to that stage, they were hooked!"
Mayhem Intergalactic keeps things simple. Unlike many other strategy games, there are no complicated technology charts to learn, no unit rosters to choose from, and no tedious resource-collecting activities to engage in. A typical game session lasts mere minutes rather than hours. Yet despite this simplicity, the game contains a surprising amount of tactical depth. Attractive graphics and a stirring original soundtrack, which adjusts dynamically depending on your progress, round off the package.
Mayhem Intergalactic can be played against the computer or over the Internet. It costs $19.99 USD, and is available for Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Vista. Versions for Mac OS X and Linux are planned; users of those platforms are encouraged to sign up for the email newsletter at http://www.inventivedingo.com. Doing so will ensure they receive a notification when the game becomes available for their platform.
For additional information, visit http://www.inventivedingo.com/contact. Review copies of Mayhem Intergalactic are available.
About Inventive Dingo:
Inventive Dingo is a one-man independent game development company based in Australia. The founder, Chris Pelling, aims to create simple and addictive computer games, of which Mayhem Intergalactic is the first. Find out more at http://www.inventivedingo.com.
Chris Pelling, founder and CEO