Iceberg Interactive and UNIGINE Corp., announced today the signing of the naval strategy game “Oil Rush” for PC, Mac and Linux. The deal includes all boxed retail rights for UK, Germany, France, Scandinavia, Australia/NZ, S-Africa and Benelux and a selection of download rights. The global war for oil in the flooded post-apocalyptic world of “Oil Rush” starts on February 24th 2012 by Iceberg in retail and January 25th 2012 online.
Erik Schreuder, CEO at Iceberg Interactive, says:
“We are delighted to announce the signing of OIL RUSH, yet another example of the superior strategy titles that we publish. We are convinced this title will attract hoards of gamers, as this is a stunning strategy game with a just a hint of tower defense added for good measure. It’s frantic, it’s fun and it looks simply stunning – in both single- and multiplayer.”
Anton Ravin, Managing Director of UNIGINE Corp. Europe added:
“Oil Rush is a lot of fun to play and looks great on any platform! A great example of how powerful and versatile UNIGINE Engine is. We are happy to find a great publishing partner for our game and confident that with the expertise and passion that Iceberg Interactive brings to the project, Oil Rush will be a huge success!”
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