Note to my reader, this a another press release from gamebox for the game General War. I didn’t wrote it so might notice that they don’t do the same spelling mistakes I do. I didn’t receive any money from them or anything else except a mail. Enjoy !
Meticulously recreated the brutal WWII, the browser game “General War: Memories” (published by Gamebox) has attracted dramatic attention and popularity during the past week of 1st closed
beta test. Offering gamers the riveting opportunity to relive battles, it brings wonderful war experience and also arouses heat interactions between players. Now its 2nd (also the last) beta test is underway.
This test brings with it a number of optimizations and new features sure to satisfy the fans. With quicker loading, better user interfaces, simpler tutorial, new players will be able to jump into the battle action faster than ever. And new ranking and matchmaking features ensure that players can always find the perfect opponent of their level.
The importance of strategies and allies are more emphasized in the latest version. By using smart strategies and fighting alongside alliance mates, players may even have chance to defeat enemies who seemed out of their league.
It is still not perfect, though. And that’s why Gamebox released the second beta test and made it very accessible for players to submit their suggestions. After the polishing, General War: Memories is expected to launch its official open beta server in early May.
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Note to my reader, this a press release from gamebox for the game General War. I didn’t wrote it so might notice that they don’t do the same spelling mistakes I do. I didn’t receive any money from them or anything else except a mail. Enjoy !
General War: Memories, a browser game developed by Gamebox is going to release its closed beta server on April 16PDT. In this game players are taken back to the frontline of WWⅡ classic battles, using various strategies with a wide range of formations, combination of units (infantry, tanks & artillery), equips and skills, to fight alongside their alliance mates.
All the elements in the game, including the maps and storyline are based on history, thus it gives players an exciting experience of the fighting in WWII. To meet the high expectation of players, General War: Memories closed beta test is to start for bug and suggestion collecting purposes.
The closed beta test lasts from April 16 to 22, 7 days in total. After the test, all gaming data of the test server will be deleted.
Play General War: Memories before everyone else and have fun!
For more info about this game, please visit General War official website: http://gw.gamebox.com/
General War on facebook:https://www.facebook.com/pages/General-War-Memories-Community/157435281088360
Note to my reader, this a press release from gamebox for the game Project Tank. I didn’t wrote it so might notice that they don’t do the same spelling mistakes I do. I didn’t receive any money from them or anything else except a mail. Enjoy !
With over 400 tanks, 200 maps, and zero installations, Project Tank brings
players back to amazingly realistic historic battle scenes. In its closed beta
phase, Project Tank has already attracted over 200,000 players worldwide in
The Project Tank battlefield allows up to 30 players to team up and fight in
one battle. If you are a fan of MMO, action and strategy games, or just the
adrenaline-pumping and fast-paced gameplay, this is your tank contest.
The 3D graphics, the true-to-life battles, the realistic environment are the real
highlights of the game. Receiving comments of “World of Tanks look-alike”
and “browser-based version of World of Tanks”, its publisher Gamebox has stated their intention to reconstruct the real tank battles in history and will use
a whole new set of tank models before its open beta phase.
For more details: http://pt.gamebox.com/