Serious Sam developer working with indie publisher.

New Croteam game signed by Gamecock

Croteam is working on a new game built using its Serious Engine that will be brought to market by new publisher Gamecock.

The game, which is being developed alongside Croteam’s well-known Serious Sam franchise, has been described as a "military tactical-action shooter" with "fast-paced modern combat action and think-before-you-shoot gameplay," according to Croation magazine GamePlay.

The title is due for release in 2009. Croteam’s execs previously worked with the men behind Gamecock, Mike Wilson and Harry Miller, when the were heading up Gathering of Developers in 2001.

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