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Submitted by gamefa 821d ago | news

The Exclusive announcement for new persian game trailer as known E.T.Armies

E.T.Armies is a Persian game that announced in Iran game festival on spring of 2012 with an acceptable trailer. This game has been made by Raspina Studio and from that that time, all of the news is in silence but now Raspina studio with cooperation of gamefa.com has made a new trailer for E.T.Armies to release on internet for free.

This trailer will be released on studio official site and GameFa.com on 7th April. Trailer explains about characters personalities.
More information is coming via Raspina in future. E.T.Armies powered by UDK.

The game is powered by Unreal Technology (Unreal Development Kit) and has been under development since January 2012. The technical production of this game will be over in late 2013 for PC and we are currently looking for a publisher for both online and single player version of the game.The main story of E.T. Armies is a narrative case about the future human wars to provide the energy resources. (Dev, PC)

avion  +   821d ago
good job Raspina.I hope you pull it off.
kij  +   821d ago
wowwww i cant wait!:S

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