FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
London (4th November 2009) - Waraming.net, the strategy game specialist, today announces the launch of its legendary Massive Assault series on Steam, the leading online platform for PC games and digital entertainment with over 20 million PC users around the world. Massive Assault, Massive Assault: Phantom Renaissance and Massive Assault Network 2 are now available on Steam giving its users the unique chance to fight for global domination in one-of-a-kind sci-fi environment.
Massive Assault series represent 3D wargames for PC based on original Secret Allies concept where two rival sides struggle for leadership and survival in the 22nd century hostile surroundings. Since the release of the Massive Assault series' first game in 2003, the game and its sequels have been loved by game critics and millions of gamers all over the world. Described by the leading game industry titles as innovative and handsomest hex game ever, Massive Assault rejuvenated the turn-based strategy genre. The dedicated community, multiple awards and M.A.N. 2 regular global tournaments held among hundreds of players from all corners of the world make a great contribution to ongoing success.
Massive Assault unique concept, fascinating story line, revolutionary dynamic turn-based gameplay and state-of-the art interface make millions of gamers stay obsessed with the series trough all these years.
Viktor Kisly, executive officer of Wargaming.net says, "We propose totally new war-for-global-domination gaming concept where players are supposed to employ strategic, political and tactical skills in their pure meaning".
Based in London, with development center in Belarus, Wargaming.net is a strategy game development company operating since 1998. The company developed the highly acclaimed Massive Assault series, including Massive Assault, Massive Assault: Phantom Renaissance and Massive Assault Network 2. Wargaming.net has also developed "Galactic Assault", aturn-based strategy based on the famous sci-fi universe by Strugatsky Brothers and "Order of War", a WWII real-time strategy featuring massive cinematic battles. In November 2007 Wargaming.net acquired Arise, an independent PC game developer. The company's motto is "Strategic Satisfaction".
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