Battleship Chess Steams onto the Scene
Montreal, Canada May 12, 2004 -- Announcing ApeZone's Battleship Chess, a Windows 95/98/2000/Me/XP naval strategy game. Battleship Chess infuses the fun and appeal of the classic board game Battleship, with the depth and strategy of the game of Chess. By combining two classic board games and adding playing cards, explosive sound effects and modern 3D graphics, you experience a unique new way to fight naval battles. This game includes several play modes, including two multiplayer modes. All together, it's got something for everyone.
To download the demo go to http://www.apezone.com/install/ibcdemo.exe
Battleship Chess is slated for release May 23rd, 2004 but can be pre-ordered for only $21.95 USD, $3.00 off its full retail price. ApeZone reminds customers that the deadline is quickly approaching, so they should reserve their copy without delay.
For more information please visit the Battleship Chess homepage located at http://www.apezone.com/bc.htm.
In 1997, Andrew Ewanchyna was at one of those proverbial crossroads in life. He decided to chase his dream of becoming an Independent game developer and left the corporate life behind.
Armed with a dream, and the determination to make it come true, he started developing his first game. In October 2000, Starships Unlimited was released through Ewanchyna's newly created company, ApeZone.com. Four years later, following the success and critical acclaim of Starships Unlimited, Andrew's second game is slated for official release May 23rd.
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