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1c Opens Online Conference With The Leader Of Rig'n'roll Team

February 12, 2008

1C Opens Online Conference with the leader of Rig'n'Roll team

Leading Eastern and Central European publisher 1C Company is pleased to announce that it will have an online conference with Igor Belago, leader of SoftLab-Nsk. SoftLab-Nsk is the development studio behind the critically acclaimed Hard Truck franchise and are currently working on the third game in the line-up - Rig'n'Roll.

The online conference starts on February 12. Readers may ask any question they want to Igor simply by posting them in the correct forum. The developers will choose the most popular and interesting questions and Igor Belago will answer them on 1C's official forum.

To participate in this conference forum members must read the conference rules and post their questions here on the forum. Questions will only be accepted until February 22. After this date Igor and his team will start answering the posts in order.

Rig'n'Roll is a sequel to the famous Hard Truck series. Gamers can race high-powered big rig trucks along thousands miles of real Californian roads, visiting San-Francisco to San Diego, San Jose to Los Angeles. Rig'n'Roll delivers players the ultimate truck driving experience with authentic models of trucks and their interiors, completely new physics and astonishing 3D graphics.

Rig'n'Roll also gives gamers an opportunity to test their management skills as they establish their own cargo transportation company. Players will recruit staff and hire other drivers to work for them as they expand their business and eliminate their competitors from the transportation market. Apart from being the most accurate and innovative truck driving simulation game ever produced, Rig'n'Roll immerses players in an exciting story with an unexpected finale, making new allies and battling treacherous foes as they discover a conspiracy that will test their skills to the limit.

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