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'Tank Killer' Announced

by Rainier on Dec. 16, 2005 @ 2:17 a.m. PST

City Interactive announced today that it has signed an agreement with the Ukrainian developer Crazy House to publish World War 2 PC action game Tank Killer.

“Tank Killer” is developed internally by the experienced team of around 20 people at Crazy House and from now on will be solely produced and financed by City Interactive.

Marek Tyminski, CEO of City Interactive, said: “This is a strategic step for our company. With "Tank Killer" we are launching a new chapter: developing games by external studios in Eastern Europe. Crazy House’s “T-72 Balkans on Fire” proved to be a quality title that received good rating from special interest media. "Tank Killer" is the natural direction for the developer, however to achieve commercial success, it will be also need to be aimed at action-oriented gamers, not only to pure sim fans.”

Yuriy Likhota, President of Crazy House: “It is also a strategic step for our company to cooperate with City Interactive. We are going to produce a spectacular game on the base of the T-72 engine that already proved itself in the world market.

The title is scheduled for launch in Q2 2006 and will be translated into various languages including English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian and Polish.

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