Introversion Software, the cool indie developer behind Uplink
, has announced that it will be releasing a boxed copy of the global thermo-nuclear war simulation game, Defcon
The game will see a boxed release on 15th of June and cost around £20. Value for money is assured though, as the game will come packaged with Introversion's first title, Uplink
is an online multiplayer strategy game that was a massive success when originally released on Steam
a while back. The game is the third and most recent title from the tiny British developers and really highlights the futility of a nuclear war, especially in the wonderfully macabre motto; "Everybody dies.
meanwhile is a low-tech hacking simulation game set in a seedy underworld of industrial espionage and which combines puzzle, simulation and role playing elements into a small but involving game that definitely sucked away more than it's fair share of our hours.
It's dubious how well the boxed copy of the game will do, especially considering it was originally released on Steam, which recently rose over 13 million users. Besides, if you can't make enough money selling that way then the chances are you'll always think you've not made enough.
Think you'll pick up the boxed version? Prefer the feel of a physical copy or are you happy with the intangibility of a downloaded copy? Are legal downloaded copies the way forward? All important questions, so give us important answers - head to the forums