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March 28, 2013

Nival Marks Blitzkrieg’s Tenth Anniversary With GOG.com Deal

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oscow, 27-03-2013 – On March 28, 2003, Moscow based Nival released the first Blitzkrieg game. The work of a team of one hundred people, it became a landmark in the real-time strategy and World War II gaming, with its focus on historical accuracy with fast gameplay.

This original Blitzkrieg became the foundation for more than twenty commercial games from other developers, many diving even deeper into the greatest battles of WW2. From the sprawling and bloody turning point of Stalingrad to the exhausting and frozen Talvisota on the Finnish front, developers and fans have used the Blitzkrieg games as the starting point for vivid game-based portrayals of history’s greatest conflict. Even today, countless user mods are being developed and improved – a decade long community project that is a point of pride for Nival and the Blitzkrieg team.

To celebrate Blitzkrieg’s ten year anniversary, both Blitzkrieg Anthology and Blitzkrieg 2: Anthology are being discounted 60% on GOG.com until March, 31st.

Ten years is a natural moment to celebrate a landmark in game history, but this is not simply living in the past. For the Blitzkrieg series, this is just a beginning…

About Nival

Headquartered in Moscow, Nival is a developer and publisher of cross-platform online strategy games founded by Russian games industry veteran Sergey Orlovskiy.

With offices in Miami, Florida; Kiev, Ukraine; Minsk, Belarus and St. Petersburg, Russia, Nival currently has more than 200 employees working at four development studios.

Since 1996, Nival has developed several popular games, including Heroes of Might and Magic V, Blitzkrieg, Silent Storm, and Etherlords. Nival’s internal development studios are focused on major cross-platform online and mobile projects, including the innovative and award-winning role-playing strategy game Prime World.

For more information about Nival, please visit http://nival.com

Want to win a Blitzkrieg pack from GOG? Tell us in the comments below what your all-time favourite RTS has been and why.  7 winners will be chosen at random on Friday, April 5th.



About the Author

Sean
Sean is an avid gamer and lover of all thing tech. He is a dedicated husband and the father to three beautiful daughters. In addition to taking his love of gaming to a new level with this site, Sean is also host of our podcasts: The OMG! Hour, Lost Treasures of Gaming, and Primetime as well as the bi-weekly podcast mashup show, Gamers Unscripted. Follow Sean on Twitter as @Xiantayne and this blog as @OMGnexus.




 
 

 

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