Our second Multiwinia Monday went live yesterday, and you can check it out here: www.multiwinia.com/multiwinia_mondays
This week we tackle the game mode King of the Hill, once again brought to life with another fantastic new video walk-through. We also have the first of our IV retrospective videos specially created for us by IGN which delves a little deeper into the story behind Introversion and the personalities behind the team. To top it off we’ve got another bunch of screens and artwork for you to enjoy.
Multiwinia: Survival of the Flattest is Introversion’s fourth stand-alone title due to be released on the 19th September 2008. With a choice of six action-packed multiplayer game modes, and 40 unique maps set in one of the most beautiful, retro-arcade inspired game environs ever created, Multiwinia promises to be the ultimate homage to the halcyon days of gaming. Challenge your opponent to a game of stick-man slaughter, and watch digital-war unfold, as your Multiwinian army struggles to complete a chosen task faster and better than your rival’s. It’s fast, it’s furious, and only the flattest will survive!
Multiwinia will be available to demo and buy from the Introversion Store, Steam and all major retailers.
For more information on Multiwinia and its release, please visit: www.multiwinia.com
About Introversion Software
Heralded as 'the last of the bedroom programmers', Introversion Software is one of the UK's most-respected and successful independent game developers and publishers. Founded in 2001 by three university students, and starting out with an initial personal investment of just £600, Introversion went on to produce three critically acclaimed titles; Uplink, Darwinia and DEFCON. Their second title, Darwinia, was awarded three prizes at the 2006 Independent Games Festival Awards, including the Seumas McNally grand prize, and Introversion was recently voted one of the top 50 Best Games Companies in the world. Introversion is currently working on a number of exciting new projects to be announced over the coming months. For more information on these please visit www.introversion.co.uk
and our developer’s blog www.introversion.co.uk/blog