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Oddlabs Looking For Beta Testers

July 6th, 2004 by Crusader

Oddlabs sent in the following:

Sometime during the next two months, Oddlabs will begin beta testing its new 3D realtime strategy game Tribal Trouble. We will be looking for gamers of all kinds to playtest the game on various hardware configurations, so anyone interested should sign up for our newsletter, where we will post a link to a beta tester application form once testing is about to begin. We will only choose a limited number of testers among the applicants, but since Tribal Trouble will also be available for Linux, we would really appreciate if any of you Linux users apply.When subscribing to the newsletter, Oddlabs will of course keep your email address strictly confidential. We will never share or sell any of your information to a third party. You will be able to unsubscribe at any time using the subscription box or a link provided in the newsletters.

Tribal Trouble is a fast paced realtime strategy game with a slightly comical twist. The game is set on a series of tropical islands, where gangs of stranded viking raiders clash with the local natives. The player will have to lead his tribe to victory by collecting resources, inventing and producing new weapons, manage the villages and wage war against the competing tribes. Tribal Trouble will feature both a single player mode and an online multiplayer mode where you can chat with other players.Screenshots can be found at http://oddlabs.com/screenshots.php.

One Response to “Oddlabs Looking For Beta Testers”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    looks interesting. i’m kinda curious as to how well it really does perform, being based with java.

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