Russian developer Nikita announces that its futuristic real-time strategy game is finished.
Russian game developer Nikita has announced the completion of its latest real-time strategy game, Parkan: Iron Strategy. The game lets players control a squad of battle robots in five campaigns and a number of additional missions. It includes both indoor and outdoor battles, and it lets players design and create hundreds of different battle machines and then test them out on the battlefield.
The game has been in development for almost four years. At present, the game has been licensed for distribution in Taiwan, China, Singapore, Hong Kong, Korea, Malaysia, Australia, Poland, Holland, and Belgium. Nikita is currently looking for a North American publisher. For more information, take a look at our previous coverage of the game.
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