Steam Power: Dieselstormers Available for Early Access in July
Offenburg, Germany, June 18th, 2014 | Build your guns and gear, grab some friends and shoot your way through the randomly generated city of Ravensdale. Dieselstormers is getting ready for Steam! Starting July 17, the Early Access version of the game will be available for $18.99. German indie games studio Black Forest Games stays true to the Kickstarter pitch meeting the deadline with their second project, which follows the great success of the award-winning jump’n’run adventure Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams.

“Operation: Crowd-funding“ kicked off in April. Four weeks later, on May 23, the pledge goal was met. Almost 1,200 backers pledged nearly $53,000 to support the development of Dieselstormers.

“Things are going very nicely at the moment. We’re right on schedule and we can’t wait to finally present Dieselstormers to the players,” says Adrian Goersch, Founder and CEO of Black Forest Games. “It goes without saying that we want to thank our supporters by delivering on time and providing great content."

In Dieselstormers players explore the medieval city of Ravensdale, - a place where armor is powered by roaring engines, princesses wield wrenches in oil-stained overalls, and not a single dragon dares to brave the smog-filled sky. That doesn't mean all is well. The inhabitants of Ravensdale must take their city back from a rampaging ork horde. Players will be able to assemble their own weapons by adding and exchanging parts and modifying them for their specific needs.

Dieselstormers is the first real multiplayer game from Black Forest Games. Missions and levels are designed for 1 to 4 players with some quests requiring a high level of teamwork, tactics and strategic skill. Players explore a wide range of different settings where they fight evil bosses and strong monsters in explosive battles utilizing their customized weapons.

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About Black Forest Games:
Founded in 2012, Black Forest Games is an independent game studio focused on high-quality video games. The studio is based in Offenburg, Germany, and currently employs a team of 40 international industry professionals who specialize in building games for all major game platforms.

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