COPENHAGEN - JUNE 14, 2007. Pollux Gamelabs is happy to announce that Lost Empire, the new epic turn-based space strategy game, is now being digitally distributed by publisher Paradox Interactive on the digital distribution network Gamer's Gate. Lost Empire is now available for digital purchase and download.
Lost Empire is a turn-based space strategy game set in the 47th century featuring an epic storyline about the struggle for survival of the seven remaining civilizations in the galaxy and their battle with the mad goddess Enais. The game features a new approach to storytelling for the 4x-genre, vastly different strategic gameplay among the seven playable races, a galaxy of up to 5000 solar systems for the player to explore, and a huge multi-linear and multilevel tech tree.
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About Pollux Gamelabs
Placed in Copenhagen, Pollux Gamelabs is an independent game developer for the PC and Xbox360. The Company focuses on turn-based strategy, real-time strategy, and persistent world games. The first title, Lost Empire was released June 2007 and was nominated Danish Game of the Year at the D3 Expo.
About Paradox Interactive
Paradox Interactive has been a leading publisher and developer of strategy games for the PC platform since 1999. Well-known worldwide for their strategy titles, the company has a particularly strong presence in Europe and the US. The steadily growing publishing portfolio includes in-house developed titles such as critically acclaimed franchises Europa Universalis and Hearts of Iron; as well as third party titles that include Rush for Berlin in North America, Galactic Civilizations II in Europe and upcoming worldwide release of Frontline: Fields of Thunder.
About Gamer's Gate
Gamer's Gate is a unique digital distribution platform owned by Paradox Interactive. The portal creates easily accessible gaming experiences for gamers worldwide - anytime, anywhere. Seen as a strong contender on the digital download arena, plans for its immediate future include the launch of several accompanying services and a substantial increase in the product portfolio offered to consumers. http://www.gamersgate.com