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RIM: Battle Planets - Features & Screens

by Thomas on March 6, 2002 @ 12:43 p.m. PST

Fight for galactic domination in RIM - Battle Planets, a cosmic new real-time strategy game from JoWooD Productions due for release in March 2002.

VENTURE WHERE NO MAN HAS GONE BEFORE IN JOWOOD'S NEW PC GAME RIM - BATTLE PLANETS

Players take command of the research spaceship SOLARIUS in a race to unlock the cosmic mystery held in the ruins of an ancient culture. Gameplay occurs in 3 stages: movement, attack and execution. In the movement stage players can simultaneously observe their opponents whilst controlling their own unit. Intuitive and strategic warfare is a must if the player is to succeed. During the second phase players select the targets they want to attack, and finally sit back to watch as their enemy is blasted into space.

RIM - Battle Planets is one of the few strategy games that combines turn based and real-time strategy. Players must exercise cunning and skill to outwit the opposition.

Gamers are also offered 3 different levels of difficulty which make RIM - Battle Planets accessible to everyone, meaning that newcomers and the most experienced strategy players can enjoy the intriguing gameplay.

Managing Director of JoWooD Productions UK Ltd, Vip Patel said: "RIM - Battle Planets is a fascinating planetary adventure giving gamers hours of gripping gameplay."

RIM - Battle Planets features:

  • Over 30 missions in 11 different scenarios for hours of adventurous game play
  • State-of-the-art 3D engine with special effects including different weather conditions
  • Easy to control interface and handling which enhances the pick up and play ability
  • Varying briefings and mission goals to ensure constant change
  • Multiplayer for up to 8 players so that players can experience this galactic adventure with their friends

RIM - Battle Planets has a SRP of £19.99 and will be available on 29th March 2002

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