Jagex is well known for it’s immensely popular free-to-play browser game Runescape that features MMORPG qualities and allows gamers all across the world to play together. As Europe’s largest independent games studio, Jagex has been a brand that’s synonymous with fun and entertaining games throughout the world.
Today Jagex has revealed details of its previously unannounced shooter, Ace of Spades, which has been available as a free-to-play browser game for little over a year.
Ace of Spades features a voxel-style feel and allows gamers to build and interact with their environment while engaging in action-packed deathmatch battles.
The Minecraft-esque shooter has already gathered a loyal underground following during it’s prototype phase of over 2.5 million installs, and has pretty much been in a refined beta stage for all those months.
SAY HELLO TO THE CREATIVE SHOOTER. CREATE YOUR BATTLEGROUND, DESTROY IT, THEN CREATE IT AGAIN. IT’S CONSTRUCTION, COMBAT AND CREATIVITY.IT’S LIKE WAR, ONLY BETTER.
- ENDLESSLY EVOLVING BATTLEGROUND
- CLASS-BASED FPS MAYHEM
- CONSTRUCT TUNNELS, FORTRESSES, ANYTHING
- TONS OF INSANE GAME MODES
- STRATEGISE FOR VICTORY
Jagex further reveals that the full version of Ace of Spades is coming to PC via Steam in December 2012. For more information be sure to check out the game’s official website.
Article from Gamersyndrome.com