Twain Harte, CA – August 22, 2012 – Reverb Publishing has announced that it will be publishing Orc Attack , an upcoming farts ‘n fantasy action-RPG from indie developer Casual Brothers. Additionally, Reverb will be showcasing the game at this year’s PAX Prime, giving gamers the chance to try their hand at being a nasty, brutish Orc at booth #6409 while getting down and dirty with some co-op, hack ‘n slash action. Interested media parties can reserve an appointment by reaching out to Steven Hopper ( of Reverb Communications.

“We are tremendously excited to have Reverb as our publisher, and also to be able to show our work at this year’s PAX Prime,” said Pablo Martin, co-founder and managing director of Casual Brothers. “We’ve got something special with Orc Attack, and we’re thrilled to be able to show off our progress to thousands of gamers at PAX.”

Orc Attack is a thrilling 3D co-op hack and slash adventure that puts players in control of a team of vile, disgusting Orcs as they embark on a mission to crush human invaders. Already a hit with critics, Orc Attack has won the People's Choice Award at the Develop Conference held in Brighton in July 2011, and was runner-up as the most promising indie game for 2012 at the Game Connection, held in Paris in December 2011.

Having been crushed and punished by humanity in so many past games, the time has come to let Orcs dish out some punishment of their own against the humans. Players control Orcs with an arsenal of weapons, attacks and devastating flatulence and aim to defeat the evil humans who have come to exploit Orcish lands with a huge army and noisy and dirty machinery. Orc Attack features exciting co-op battles with a revolutionary camera shared by all players, giving an awesome sensation of combat.

Orc Attack will launch later this year on digital platforms, and joins Reverb’s growing roster of titles, which includes the smash-hit Dungeon Defenders, the recently-released JAM Live Music Arcade and Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad, as well as the upcoming Sanctum 2, Primal Carnage, Cognition: An Erica Reed Thriller, Black Knight Sword and much more. For more information on Reverb Publishing and its line-up of titles, please visit us at, follow us on Twitter or ‘Like’ us on Facebook.

Also, be sure to follow Casual Brothers on Twitter, Facebook, and at the official Orc Attack website.



Founded in 2010, Reverb Publishing offers digital publishing to independent game developers on PlayStation Network, Xbox LIVE Arcade, WiiWare, PC, iOS and Droid, by combining production and business development support paired with the proven public relations and marketing agency expertise from its parent company, Reverb Communications. Reverb Publishing’s unique business model is form fitted for studios, ensuring that they receive the majority of the game’s revenue and maintain ownership of their titles while Reverb handles all the non-developmental tasks including production support, navigating QA, and preparing for product submission.

The PR veterans at Reverb Communications have worked on recognizable brands like Guitar Hero, Rock Band, The Beatles: Rock Band, Dance Central, Star Trek Online, as well as stellar digital titles like Battle Slots, Army of Darkness, BloodRayne: Betrayal, Kung Fu LIVE and the critically-acclaimed Dungeon Defenders.

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 This brotherhood of hardcore players and professional digital game developers teamed up in 2010 with the aim of producing digital download games, starting with Orc Attack.

When asked where they found inspiration for Orc Attack, the team let out a little grunt. Fortunately, they were understood by all. Learn more about the team at their official website:


Steven Hopper

Reverb Publishing

(209) 586-1495 ex. 117

Jerry Whitehead III

Reverb Publishing

(209) 586-1495 ex. 111


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