MINER WARS 2081 DEMO
- Keen Software House derives great pleasure in being able to supply quality entertainment for their clients.
Those of you who have not gone out and bought the game – shame on you – but do not fret, as the Miner Wars Demo is finally being released!
To download the demo – please visit:
Or for further download options: Minerwars.com
The demo version of the game will run much like the full version. It will include all of the same features (i.e. harvesting, drilling, weapons, etc.) and receive regular updates. The only restriction will be the limitation that confines players to one particular sector in space.
If players decide they would like to play the full game, they are able to simply purchase an account upgrade on www.minerwars.com and play immediately!
Please note: This is a PRE-ALPHA and still currently in a very early state of production. It should be considered a work in progress. Updates and features are added regularly.
INTEL PARTNERSHIP & SUCCESS STORY
- Keen Software House has endeavoured into a partnership with Intel Corporation as part of the Intel Software Partner Program. Intel has subsequently written an article about Miner Wars 2081, describing the successes of the company so far.
(For those of you who don’t know, Intel is the big technology company with the blue logo and the circular bit who electrolize your wizard gizmos and cause computer to happen.)
The article discusses the relationship of the two companies, including an interview from our CEO and Founder, Marek Rosa. Intel gives a rundown through the accomplishments of the company in pre-order sales and strives in software development. The article goes on to read: features, behind-the-scenes, gameplay and upcoming prospects for the Miner Wars 2081. Nicholas Miller concludes on a note discussing the power of association and collaboration, with concern respectively to a pre-installed version of Miner Wars 2081 being implemented on the new Intel power netbooks, and the credibility a company such as Intel provides.
A full copy of the article can be found via the link below:
Intel will be showcasing Miner Wars 2081 in the upcoming GDC 2011, March, in San Francisco -Gdconf.com
Keen Software House
- Every Saturday, members of the Miner Wars 2081 development hold meetings for live feedback from the community.
Details here: Minerwars.com
- Keen Software House is looking for feedback on a new "catchphrase" for the game.
Details here: Minerwars.com
The game is still available for a 70% discount. This package includes free access to the current build, and free updates to the engine until the final stages of production.
To take advantage of this offer while it's still hot, visit the Miner Wars store:Minerwars.com
Don't forget, if you're strapped for cash, there are plenty of ways to earn a free copy of the game: