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Gameforge and keen partner for Star Trek game

Free-to-play browser title set to launch Summer 2011

German online publisher Gameforge has enlisted keen games as the lead developer on its planned Star Trek browser game.

Star Trek: Infinite Space should be launched during the summer of 2011 and will operate on a free-to-play model. The game will developed with the help of Star Trek consultants Denise and Michael Okuda.

"Bringing keen games on board to develop Star Trek Infinite Space was an easy decision to make as keen has a strong history of producing outstanding titles," said Gameforge publishing vice president Ralf Adam.

"Our production team will work closely with keen games to bring the vision we have for Star Trek Infinite Space to fruition."

"We have been incredibly excited about working on this project with Gameforge since day one," said Antony Christoulakis, Creative Director at keen games.

"Star Trek is one of those franchises that every science-fiction fan would give anything to work on. We consider ourselves very lucky to have this opportunity and we are highly committed to delivering a Star Trek experience fans can be proud of."

For more information on keen games, check out the company's Global Business Directory listing.

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