Brick-Force closed beta announced
A new game publisher and developer, Infernum, has announced the closed beta for its first online offering: Brick-Force.
Brick Force calls itself a “sandbox shooter,” and will be available for the browser, iOS, and Android. Players can build maps and even worlds with bricks, creating their own comical world. These same environments can then be used in matches against computer or player opponents. This means that players will be able to build their own arenas for shooter-style combat.
Brick Force will begin its closed beta on February 28, with open beta and release coming later this spring. Players can register for the closed beta at the game’s website, brick-force.com. Players who participate will get an exclusive in-game helmet for open beta.
Brick-Force Gameplay Screenshot
Brick-Force Closed Beta Will Begin This Month
Start date for the sandbox shooter is announced
BERLIN, Germany – February 2nd, 2012 – The Berlin based publisher and developer Infernum announced today the start date of the closed beta for its sandbox shooter, Brick-Force. Selected players will be able to experience the sandbox shooter starting February 28th. The open beta and official release of the online game will follow in the spring.
Fans that wish to participate in the closed beta can register on the official website www.brick-force.com. But there is another brick in the wall: All players who register for the beta will be rewarded with an exclusive in-game helmet, once the open beta is underway. Blasting through Brick-Force‘s shooter mode, beta participants will be equipped perfectly for the cross-platform online game.
Those who prefer building instead of blasting still have much to look forward to with the satisfying sandbox mode. This creative mode will be playable not only in the browser but also on iOS and Android. Brick by brick, players will have the freedom to create the worlds and maps that they’ve always dreamed of, limited only by their imagination.
Brick-Force – Build, Share, Play
This sandbox shooter allows players to create worlds and maps that they’ve always dreamed of, brick by brick. They can also share these virtual playgrounds with the community and use them as the backdrop for fast paced shooter hunts against fellow players or computerized opponents. This comic style online game is built on the ‘Unity 3D’ engine and will be playable directly in a web browser. The ‘sandbox’ mode, in which players use simple building blocks to construct complex environments, can be played on social networks and mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Brick-Force is being developed by Korean game developer EXE Games as a co-production with Infernum. Beta and launch of the free-to-play title in Europe and North America are planned for spring 2012. www.brick-force.com
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