This press release is tickling me like crazy. I’m not sure if it’s the author’s total enthusiasm, the pictures of crazy teeth monsters burrowing out from underground, your potential to become THE GREATEST TRAIN BARON OF ALL TIME, or the contest and its reference to Schopenhauer, but I felt like I needed to share it with you all. Thankfully, the author didn’t have any problem with me re-publishing it in its entirety.
To Game Cola!
We, from Versus Software, would like to inform you of the release of our game: World Train Royale.
Your team probably already has several games to take a look at, review, analyze….
Thus you may be wondering what does World Train Royale have to offer that makes it different?
What does it present that makes it a good game?
In World Train Royale we’ve mixed classic match-3 type puzzle games with strategy and simulation!
In it you can:
* Collect several types of resources.
* Buy new trains and factories to transport and modify your resources!
* Face several challenges in order to become the greatest Train Baron of All Time!
Not only that, in World Train Royale you’ll:
* Explore over 50 cities!
* Choose from 20 different train engines and wagons to buy from
* Uncover 17 special cards that will aid you during the game
* Be challenged by golems, quicksand, moles and much more!
We, from Versus Software, invite you to visit our website:
And check out our game!
We’re open for any potential request you may have, be it interviews, questions, or free downloads of our game for review. Just drop us a line and contact us! We’ll reply in no time!
We also realize that most puzzle games don’t reach the analytical height of great works of art and introspective analysis of its players…. So we made a contest for our game to change that!
Ask your readers the following question:
If your life was a train, where would it be heading?
Tell them to send their answer to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The two best answers will be awarded a custom t-shirt of our game plus a free copy!
Aren’t we fancy and philosophical…. Schopenhauer’s got nothing on us!
Thank you very much for your time!
— J. Raza