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Pre-purchase Death Inc. and Spread Fear Today for $10

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Pre-purchase Death Inc. and Spread Fear Today for $10Players can get immediate access to the alpha version of Death Inc. by pre-purchasing the full game arriving in November for $10 on PC. Players will gain exclusive access to secret goodies while stepping into the shoes of Grim T. Livingstone and spreading the bubonic plague!

From the Press Release
Death Inc., Ambient Studios’s brilliant new god-stroke-strategy-stroke-action game, has today risen from the grave – and is now available to pre-purchase from $10.

The full game will be available in November 2013 for £14.99 ($19.99– but players who want to support the title’s development can pledge their support now and get immediate access to the alpha version, which is downloadable from today for $10. Those playing the alpha will gain a unique insight into the game’s development until launch, including access to special pre-purchase-only development builds, secret forums and other assorted goodies.

Most importantly, they will be supporting the developers directly as they craft this hotly-anticipated title.

Boasting a wonderfully quirky art style, and genuine laugh-out-loud play mechanics, Death Inc. places players in the shoes of Grim T. Livingstone, freelance reaper, as he wanders through 1660’s England spreading fear, pestilence and most importantly, the bubonic plague.

Death Inc. is an arcade strategy game, a unique mix of real-time strategy, god game and business simulation. Paint your orders into the land and unleash your infected minions on serfs, wenches and noblemen. Use harvested souls to build your business empire and strive to become the greatest reaper the world has ever endured.

For more information on the game, check out the officialDeath Inc. website.

Pre-purchase Death Inc. and Spread Fear Today for $10

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