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Posts tagged “Unigine”

Feature: Crude strategy

Oil Rush review

I started playing Unigine's seabound strategy game Oil Rush a fortnight ago. Then I got distracted by a shard of light in the corner of the room, and before I knew it a fortnight had passed and I still hadn't written up my thoughts on it. I've finally woken up again, and I am indeed ready to tell you what I think. Tower defence meets…

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Rig Or Mort Is The Choice: Oil Rush

Naval strategy game Oil Rush is now available direct from developers Unigine, and on Steam and Desura. Rather than being powered by burning up the planet's lifeblood, it runs on the studio's own Unigine Engine, which seems capable of producing some attractive visuals. It's a fast-paced take on strategy, focusing around the capture of platforms, nodes scattered around each map that produce either units or…

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Graphically Slick: OilRush

OilRush looks interesting, although its website causes my browser to chug for some reason. It's a naval strategy game from Unigine, who I believe were previously a tech company trying to sell their own middleware. They're now developing this game based on a water-world of the future, in which ships and aircraft battle for control of a series of oilrigs. I take it from the…

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