The Perfect General enters Beta Test Phase

Killer Bee Software today announced it has entered in Beta testing phase for The Perfect General Internet Edition, the remake of the turn-based strategy wargame developed in 1990 by Mark Baldwin and Bob Rakosky. This closed beta period is planned for approximately two months, with the game scheduled for an August 2003 release. Read the press release for screens & details.
Killer Bee Software's "The Perfect General Internet Edition" Enters Beta Test Phase Thursday, June 5th, 2003 Killer Bee Software entered its Beta testing phase for its game title "The Perfect General Internet Edition". This closed beta period is planned for approximately two months. The test includes over twenty testers from various world locations on Microsoft's 95, 98, ME, 2000, and XP operating systems. They are to test the validity of the 32 bit Windows port of the game, as well as the new features and Internet Play, using all of the original scenarios from they game. The test also includes a scenario and map editor. "I am very excited about this game coming back into play" said Mark Kinkead, owner and founder of Killer Bee Software. "Now that the game has been ported, it can be refined and prepared for the release in August." The Perfect General is a turn-based, abstract strategy wargame developed in 1990 by Mark Baldwin and Bob Rakosky. The game is played on a tactical level with tanks, artillery, an infantry units fighting to control regions and generally tear up the countryside. Mark Kinkead, owner of Killer Bee Software, acquired the rights to The Perfect General and another Mark Baldwin game, Empire Deluxe, in December, 2002. Empire Deluxe Internet Edition was release in May of this year. More information on Killer Bee Software and the development and re-release of Empire Deluxe and The Perfect General is available at http://killerbeesoftware.com.