Carrier Command: Gaea Mission, the next game from ArmA developer Bohemia Interactive, launches in the UK on 28th September 2012, publisher Mastertronic has announced.
That's for PC and Xbox 360.
Gaea Mission, the sequel, of sorts, to the 1988 original, is an action strategy game in which you control a carrier boat that carries up to eight vehicles: VTOL-capable (vertical take-off and landing) aircraft, Mantas and amphibious all-terrain tank vehicle things, Walruses.
Keep your bite-sized, coffee break gameplay - some Carrier Command: Gaea Mission campaigns take the best part of a month to finish, developer Bohemia Interactive has revealed.
This is the PC and Xbox 360 sequel, of sorts, to the 1988 game Carrier Command. It's coming out this September (you can access the beta by putting your money down for a pre-order) and it's made by Bohemia Interactive - the skilful studio behind the ArmA war games.
The month-long Carrier Command: Gaea Mission battles are the user-defined campaigns. These are customised by four content sliders: Captured Island Count, Enemy Strength, Startup Resources and Islands Output Rate. (There's also Victory Conditions to specify.)
ArmA dev Bohemia's PC and Xbox 360 strategy game.
Carried Command: Gaea Mission, an action RTS from Arma developer Bohemia Interactive. launches for PC and Xbox 360 on 27th September.
For any readers out there still in short trousers, it's a sequel of sorts to the seminal 1988 original. There's currently a PC beta ongoing should you want an early look.
Both versions of the game have been developed simultaneously to ensure an "optimal experience" on each platform.
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