New York, USA (October 24, 2006) - Following the release of their first Sci-Fi RTS title "Perimeter: Emperor's Testament", Paradox Interactive announced today that gamers can now try the game free in the unlocked trial version of the game.
The trial version is a deluxe demo that unlocks the entire game for 3 hours of uninterrupted and unrestricted gameplay. Players will be able to test the single player campaign consisting of 25 missions, delve into the phenomenal storyline, and experience the multiplayer function and much more.
Download the player tutorial or refer your gamers here.
About the game
The location of the now-mythical planet Earth has long been forgotten. Decades of war between the Empire and the Harkbacks have ravaged the cosmos, but new voices are emerging that threaten them both. The sudden appearance of a "Mechanical Messiah", the discovery of parallel worlds, and the appearance of a mysterious alien race will forever change the balance of power in this part of the Multiverse. Who will claim domination?
Perimeter: Emperorâ€™s Testament transports players into an intricate and twisting storyline, which plays out in multiple dimensions, where abstract worlds and complex emotions take center stage. With the same style and flair that earned widespread acclaim for the original Perimeter, K-D Lab has created an adventure like no other. Perimeter: Emperor's Testament
About Paradox Interactive
Paradox Interactive has been a leading publisher and developer of strategy games for the PC platform since 1999. Well-known worldwide for their strategy titles, the company has a particularly strong presence in Europe and the US. The steadily growing publishing portfolio includes in-house developed titles such as critically acclaimed franchises Europa Universalis and Hearts of Iron; as well as third party titles that include Rush for Berlin in North America, Galactic Civilizations II in Europe and upcoming worldwide release of Frontline: Kursk.
The experienced Paradox development team is currently working on Europa Universalis III, its biggest production yet. Visit Paradox Interactive.