ChickenBrick Studios Developing MMO For Android.

Posted: Jul 25 2009, 8:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:29pm CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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The concept of smartphone-based MMORPGs is the most dire threat to office productivity in the modern world. As we speak, ChickenBrick Studios is hard at work designing the first entrant to this terrifying category for the Android OS. The game is currently titled ProjectInf, although that is only a code-name at this point.

ChickenBrick is also the studio that created Cestos, the first multiplayer game for Android. While Cestos only handled 2-4 people at a time, ProjectInf will be able to support dozens, if not hundreds, of people in the same area at once. ChickenBrick promises “massive” games that are persistent, and endless war on your smartphone. There will be team-based and individual gameplay, as well as some social features.

If you like the sound of this, fill out a beta invite here and give it a shot. ChickenBrick warns that the game is not at all polished at this point, so do go in there expecting a very rough beta.

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