First look: Dragonfarm
Soft Enterprises' upcoming management strategy game will let players breed dragons and see them fight against opponents. Screens inside.
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German game developer Soft Enterprises, the studio that is creating Data Becker's real-time strategy game Highland Warriors, is also working on Dragonfarm, a management strategy game that will let players breed their own dragons. The game is set in a fantasy world made up of a variety of environments that range from lush forests and meadows to deserts and marshlands. Players will compete against both computer-controlled opponents and against other players over LAN and Internet connections in what the developers describe as a combination of strategy, building, trade, and Pokémon-style game mechanics.
Dragonfarm is built on Soft Enterprises' proprietary 3D engine, and it will feature a variety of detailed dragon models and colorful landscapes. We've posted some screenshots from the game in the gallery above. For more information, visit the official Soft Enterprises Web site.