Mayhem Intergalactic: Arcade-inspired space strategy game released for the PC


Canberra, Australia -- July 8, 2007 -- Inventive Dingo,, has released Mayhem Intergalactic, a streamlined yet engaging "arcade strategy" game of interstellar conquest. Assemble gigantic fleets of warships, then take on rival empires in an epic struggle for control of the universe! The game is easy to learn and quick to play, requiring only minutes rather than hours for a typical game session. A free demo is available at

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. Yet despite being easy to get into and not requiring a large investment of time to play, the game contains asurprising amount of tactical depth. Eye-catching graphics and a stirring soundtrack round off the package.

Mayhem Intergalactic can be played against the computer or over the Internet. It costs $18.95 USD, and is available for Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Vista. Versions for Mac OS X and Linux are planned; people wishing to play the game on these platforms are encouraged to sign up for the email newsletter on the website. Doing so will ensure they receive a notification when the game becomes available for their platform.

For additional information, visit Review copies of the game are available on request.

About Inventive Dingo:

Inventive Dingo is an independent game developer based in Australia. The company aims to create simple yet addictive computer games, of which Mayhem Intergalactic is the first. Find out more at


Chris Pelling, founder

Inventive Dingo


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