Berlin (01 August 2012): One year after its formation, Infernum will exhibit at Gamescom for the first time ever. The sandbox shooter "Brick-Force" launched several weeks ago and has already built a userbase of over 1 million players. It will be on display at Gamescom booth B043/C044 in Hall 8, Entertainment Area.
For trade and business visitors, Infernum will reveal current and upcoming Brick-Force features at a joint booth with “G.A.M.E-Bundesverband” (Hall 4.1, booth B031/C030).
In even more exciting news, press representatives will get a first look at Infernum’s brand new game. The MMORPG project involving New York Times bestselling author, Dave Wolverton, has the working title of “Project: Theralon” and is being developed in CryEngine 3.
Press appointments for both titles can now be arranged
Infernum Productions is an international publisher and developer of online games, based in Berlin. The company was founded in summer 2011 by Andreas Weidenhaupt, Tobias Gerlinger and Markus Melching, and focuses on high-quality free-to-play online titles. Infernum also expands its game experiences by extending titles to mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets (cross platform). For more information please visit: www.infernum.com. ;
Brick-Force – Build, Share, Play
The world’s first sandbox shooter has been live for but a few weeks now and it already offers a gaming platform for already 1 million players in self-made maps they can share with the community and fight bravely in thrilling shooter matches. The comical style online game is based on the “Unity 3D” engine and can be played via client as well as browser, the latter enabling Mac users to play as well. Brick-Force is being developed as a co-production by EXE Games and Infernum. Besides new features and design themes, extensive future enhancements will also contain the mobile version for smartphones and tablets. Brick-Force was launched in various language versions on 12 July 2012. Further updates will follow this year. Gain more insight at: www.brick-force.com