CARY, NC - October 27, 2010 – Thriller New Media (TNM), a division of iEntertainment Network, (PINK SHEETS: IENT.pk), the award-winning developer of the world famous WarBirds, TotalSims, Combat Simulation game series, announces the installation of new and more powerful online game servers to support many more online players, the development of a new Graphics Engine for all 2011 new games, and the first game using the new Graphics Engine, M4 Tank Platoon , is in product testing now.
The new TNM servers are significantly more powerful, faster, and more capable than the previous servers, can handle significantly more online players, and are attached directly to a major internet hub for faster connections for players.
The new TNM Graphics Engine, developed by an experienced team of developers in the United Kingdom, is operational and working with the TNM testing teams to insure all facets of the WarBirds series of games work faster, better, and with more intense and detailed graphics. This system is scheduled to be released for PC computers by 1 January in WarBirds 2011. Mac Computer versions will follow shortly.
The new game from TNM , M4 Tank Platoon , is designed to be a follow on to the World Famous from MicroProse Software; M1 Tank Platoon will use the new TNM graphics engine. The original M1 Tank Platoon was produced by Lt. Col Wild Bill Stealey, TNM CEO, when he was CEO at MicroProse Software. “I am excited that we have captured the fun, strategy, and tactics of original M1 Tank Platoon in M4! We will also follow this WW II version of tank warfare by with a modern tank game, M1A2 Tank Platoon in mid 2011.
For More Information, Contact:
JW “Wild Bill” Stealey
Lt. Colonel, USAF Retired
CEO Thriller New Media
CEO iEntertainment Network
Co-Founder MicroProse Software
US Air Force Academy Graduate
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