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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

2012 was a bricktastic year for Berlin based publisher Infernum, with Brick-Force attaining over 1.5 million registered players who built over 500,000 user generated maps.

In the past few months, pivotal new features such as adjustable gravity, launch pads, a new game mode and numerous new costumes and weapons have been added to the game. The Brick-Force trailer summarizes how we feel about the game’s potential.

Over the course of 2013. Brick-Force players can expect game-changing new content and features in the medieval “Bricksaga” update. Instead of space-features and cosmic bricks, swords, sandals and castles will soon dominate Brick-Force. A third add-on with an entirely new theme will also be released later this year.

Infernum and EXE Games are currently also focusing their efforts on developing cross-platform functionality with the mobile version planned for release this year.

Finally, improved community-features, like the possibility to invite friends during a running match, an enhanced map archive, better filtering options, achievements  and various clan features are planned to be released later this year.

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