Northborough, MA, January 31, 2005 - Dejobaan Games has released a demo for Inago Rage, a single-player, first-person shooter where players fight in 3D arenas they design. The 18MB Windows demo is available at www.dejobaan.com/inago/download.htm.
In Inago Rage, players leap into the air to take on and destroy swarms of mechanical enemies. The demo includes nine levels, challenging players to
fight within city streets, on the rooftops of skyscrapers, and above platforms in deep space. A storyline illustrated in graphic novel format introduces players to new challenges as they come.
The demo also highlights Inago Rage's Arena Designer, allowing players to create their own levels with a simple drag-and-drop interface. A spoken
tutorial takes players through the process of placing architectural components such as buildings, enemies, power-ups, and lighting effects, to create a playable level.
The full version of Inago Rage offers 50 levels, and expands on the demo's Arena Designer by offering additional environments and architecture. The
full game is available for $34.95, and can be purchased online at www.dejobaan.com/inago.
System requirements: Inago Rage requires Windows XP or 2000; an 800MHz or faster processor; 256MB of system memory (RAM) or more; an ATI Radeon 7000, Nvidia GeForce 2, or better graphics card; and Microsoft DirectX 9c or higher.
Dejobaan Games is an independent, New England-based game development studio founded in 1999. Inago Rage is the studio's ninth entertainment title to date.