June 2nd, 2005 (Redmond, WA) Inhuman Games (www.inhumangames.com), an independent game developer, has announced that it has reached open beta for its latest game, entitled "Trash". Inhuman Games has recently completed several rounds of closed beta testing, each lasting several months and involving hundreds of beta testers. The open beta is free and open to the public, and is expected to last less than one month.
Trash is a real-time strategy game that takes place in a post-apocalyptic world, where two distinct races battle for domination. Players choose to be either humans or mutants, and they gather wasteland resources, such as trash and toxic waste to build combat units. The design of Trash focuses on multiplayer on-line play, where games can consist of up to 24 players simultaneously.
Supports multiplayer games with up to 24 players
Five types of resources
Unique system for sharing resources between teammates
Randomly generated maps
Internet lobbies for in-game matchmaking
Automatic player ranking system
Realistic line-of-sign, line-of-fire, and lines-of-supply
About Inhuman Games
In early 2000, Inhuman Games was formed from by a couple of game industry peons who wanted to make "the kind of games they like to play". Headquartered in the basement of a home, Inhuman Games has been slaving over their love for the past five years. For more information about Inhuman Games, go to www.inhumangames.com, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.