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War World - Tactical Combat Gameplay Movie Released

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - June 21, 2005 - Third Wave Games today released the first ever War World - Tactical Combat movie. The movie allows the viewer to get a sneak peak of War World - Tactical Combat and its unique single and multi-player gameplay.

War World - Tactical Combat is a downloadable single and multi-player PC fighting game where heavily armed and seriously powerful mechs fight to the death. For additional information and screenshots visit the official War World website:

"We are excited that we can now show the world what we have been working on for the last 15 months," said Morten Brodersen, Third Wave Game's CEO. "No other multi-player game makes it possible for you to go head to head with other players online while controlling a super fast mech with up to 4 powerfull weapons that can all be fired at the same time!"

"The gameplay is truely unique," added Johnni Christensen, Third Wave Game's Art Director. "It feels kinda strange after having played War World online to go back and play a traditional first-person shooter where you can only shoot one weapon at a time and even the most powerful weapon is a bit underpowered compared with the kind of weaponry you can get your hands on in War World."

Third Wave Games Pty Ltd ( is a Melbourne, Australia based games developer founded by industry veterans. The ex-Rare team has worked on a number of multi-million selling titles and is commited to delivering high quality downloadable retail style PC games that gives players the kind of gameplay experience that they can't get anywhere else.

Third Wave Games is planning to launch War World - Tactical Combat early July 2005 (


Morten Brodersen

CEO, Third Wave Games

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