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TOMSK, Jan 22 – RIA Tomsk. The Tomsk company Unigine made real-time strategy game Oil Rush free for
Android users on Google Play and on PC users on Steam game service, the
company's representative Ekaterina Puchkova told RIA Tomsk.
According to the interlocutor of the
agency, Oil Rush is a real-time, "post-apocalyptic" strategy game in
the "dieselpunk" style. According to the story, a nuclear conflict
triggered a melting of glaciers, which led to the flooding of the world.
"The decision to distribute the
game for free is made to celebrate its 10th anniversary. The game is currently
available for free on Google Play and Steam," Puchkova said.
According to her, the company is now
primarily engaged in the development of its own engine, UNIGINE. Other
developers are creating their own games based on it. Tomsk arcade Sumoman was
made on the basis of the engine, a large multiplayer online game where events
take place in space - Dual Universe - is in beta version.
She specified that the UNIGINE engine is
mainly used to create simulations and virtual simulators for aviation, shipping
and automotive industries. Game development based on the engine is on a smaller
scale, but the company plans to develop this area in the near future.
"We are currently back to game
development and are working on a larger game that will be released on PC and
consoles," the agency's interlocutor said, without disclosing other
details of the project.
According to the SPARK-Interfax
analytical system, OOO Unigine has been on the market for 13 years. The company
develops computer software and provides consulting services. The average number
of employees is 57. The company's revenues in 2020 amounted to 97 million rubles.