Star Trek Visionaries, Michael and Denise Okuda, Answer Fan-Related Questions and Shed Light on the Upcoming Free-to-play Casual Browser Game, Star Trek - Infinite Space
Karlsruhe, Germany - August 23, 2011 - Gameforge, Europe's largest publisher of free-to-play online games, today released an all-new community-based Q&A video featuring Star Trek expert consultants, Michael and Denise Okuda. In the video, they outline details regarding the upcoming Star Trek - Infinite Space free-to-play casual browser game and dive deep into the Star Trek universe.
Viewers can now watch this two-part video as the Okudas answer fan-related questions and provide players with exclusive insight into Gameforge's upcoming free-to-play casual browser game, Star Trek - Infinite Space. The couple are currently serving as the key consultants for the game and have been the technical consultants and art supervisors on various Star Trek series, including Star Trek: The Next Generation, and have also written The Star Trek Encyclopedia.
Developed by Frankfurt-based award-winning studio keen games in close cooperation with CBS Consumer Products, Star Trek - Infinite Space is set in the diverse Star Trek: Deep Space Nine timeline focusing on the looming war with the menacing "Dominion." The game features a central storyline overseen by distinguished screenplay writer Lee Sheldon, as well as music from industry veteran and legendary composer Chris Hlsbeck. With ever-changing alliances, countless alien races, and ships embroiled in constant conflict, this free-to-play browser-based game further expands the already rich Star Trek universe.
Gameforge is Europe's leading provider of online games. Based in Karlsruhe, Germany, the company currently offers 20 games in over 50 languages and has more than 300 million registered players worldwide. The portfolio includes two types of games: client-based massively multiplayer online games (MMOs) on the one hand, including Europe's most successful MMO Metin2, Gates of Andaron and the European version of Wizard101, and on the other, high-quality browser-based titles such as the award-winning Ikariam, OGame and the upcoming Star Trek - Infinite Space.
Gameforge currently employs almost 500 staff at its main headquarters in Karlsruhe. In 2010, Gameforge was presented with the "TOP JOB - Employer of the Year" award and named one of the best employers of 2010 by the Great Place to Work Institute.
About keen games
keen games is one of the leading independent video game developers in Germany. The Frankfurt based company is run by veterans of game development having successfully developed games for over 17 years. With keen games' proprietary Multi-Platform Engine & Tools the company has developed games for nearly all past and all current generation consoles and platforms. The award winning games created by keen games stand out for their high accessibility and their deep gameplay.
More information at http://www.keengames.com
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