Remote Assault Goes Gold

 

News
Release For immediate release

 

Shrapnel
Games Announces Remote Assault has Gone Gold! 3D wargame is ready for
duplication.

 

Cary,
NC, June 1, 2001

 

Shrapnel
Games, and developer One Games, announced today that Remote Assault has gone
gold. The game is scheduled for shipping on July 9th. Additional details and
ordering info are located at http://www.shrapnelgames.com.

 

Remote
Assault is a real time 3D wargame set in the near future that offers many new
features never combined in one single wargame. Some of the features include:

 

Fully
3D environment that allows for full fog of war with true line of sight.

 

Customizable
AI that allows you to define how aggressive or passive your units will be upon
contact with the enemy.

 

Ability
to group units in command structures from as small as squads to as large as
groups (of squads). With chain of command you can issue orders to individual
units, squads, or groups.

 

Branching
campaign structure that allows you to lose some scenarios and still advance.

 

Realistic
ballistic modeling on artillery and tank shells. Shell paths are affected by
air resistance.

 

Unit
damage can be of a limited nature that may affect only sensors, movement,
armor, or weapon systems.

 

Hundreds
of units can be in battle at once.

 

Richard
Arnesen, Director of Covert Operations for Shrapnel Games, said, "Brian
Gantt, President of One Games, has brought to the table a truly revolutionary
gaming engine that I think any true wargamer can appreciate and any fan of
real time action can enjoy. We have very high expectations for this game and
plan on using the engine in future, unannounced projects. You have to download
the demo and give it a try!"

 

Remote
Assault is available for pre-release ordering at Shrapnel Games’ website at
http://www.shrapnelgames.com. Orders place before June 22nd will receive a
$5.00 discount.

 

For
more information, please contact:

Timothy
W. Brooks 

PMB
#164 952 US Hwy 64 

West
Apex, NC 27502-7184 

929-363-2121 

[email protected]