For Immediate Release
Hampstead, NC, 29 November 2005
Oh, those crazy larbringians from Primus Seven! It seems that they've been upset that the new hit sci-fi game from Digital Eel, Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space, has only been available as a physical product. Apparently USPS won't ship beyond our known galaxy (and truth be told, they won't even ship to outer space.attempts at launching a truck into space were quite problematic, and once a successful launch was made it was quickly learned that the trucks provide no protection against explosive decompression) and so the larbringians have threatened galactic destruction on a scale not seen since the rampaging space monster from Gamma Fifteen! Here at Shrapnel Games, publishers of Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space, we do our best to avoid galactic destruction and so we're proud to offer Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space for purchase as a digital download.
That's right, now you can choose between the physical copy, shipped right to your door in a high-quality DVD case, or you may purchase the game as an electronic download, transferred lickety-split to your hard drive. Like things that you can reach out and touch? Go for the physical copy. Trapped in Antarctica, studying how humanity was a big cosmic mistake of the Old Ones? Well, you may want to grab the downloadable copy.
Either version provides you with the same fast-playing, highly addictive single-player game that folks around the world are falling in love with. Choose from three different mission types and explore the uncharted space realms of Sector Prime in ten, twenty, or thirty year tours of duty. Discover a catalog of items to enhance your ship with, gather new lifeforms, explore a multitude of worlds, battle exotic aliens, and face numerous surprises, all in under thirty Earth minutes! With each adventure created anew, space truly is infinite. And if you ever need a break from meeting and greeting aliens, you can fire up the battle simulator found in Weird Worlds and skip everything but the plasma and vortex destruction in deep space!
Already Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space has scored a 9.3 amongst the readers of Gamespot, and Out of Eight says, ".Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space is a great space strategy semi-4x game, especially good as a "quick" game to play, when you have 15 minutes to spare before some other non-computer activity (perish the thought!), and should not be overshadowed by more heavily hyped, larger budget games." See what all the buzz is about by downloading the demo of Weird Worlds, featuring a full-blown pirate mission, here:
When you're ready to experience the full game in all its glory, stop by the Shrapnel Games e-store, the Gamers Front at www.gamersfront.com, and snag either the physical copy or the download version!
For more information on Weird Worlds, or any of our other award-winning titles, please visit our homepage at www.shrapnelgames.com
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