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

Proxarium is a recently launched multiplayer flash game where you choose a machine, assemble or disassemble it as you want, and play against enemy's machine, turrets and guns. It's a  real-time arcade game with a top-down view, a little similar to the good old tank-battle games, but more challenging, of course.

Now there are 2 game play modes (DM an CTF) and 7 maps in the game.

But in coming months there will be added a cooperative mode. You will be able to play alone or with teammates against enemy's team or machine bots, turrets and guns.

It was our childhood dream to play in tank-battle game with a couple, several or even dozen of friends as a team, and that it would be exactly 2D game. So we are working hard to fulfill that dream.

The game is already playable and fun. There is no need to install anything, you can just come in and play. Even as a guest.

Is it an indie flash game? Yes, it is, at least at the moment. However, it can be hardly referred to as "standalone" indie games or usual flash games.

Unlike most online flash games we've created a server that can handle a large number of players simultaneously (at least 50 players on the map — for future mass battles ). We are trying to make nice graphics, working on the campaign, and going to further develop a client and add a lot of objects and modules there.

In other words, despite the fact that we've chosen a flash as the platform, which is often used for small simple games, we strive to make the "weighty" game with full, interesting and long online campaign.

Play the game:


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Platforms: Windows, Mac, Linux