In March of Industry, players manage a weapons factory in a recently-capitalist, ex-Soviet country. Take the country’s natural resources (copper, tin, vodka) and craft them together to create more advanced resources and finally weapons. Players can sell these weapons and use the proceeds to automate their crafting and mass-produce even more weapons.
As the player’s factory expands, they can create better (and more outlandish) weapons. The ‘Rocket-Propelled Katana Launcher’ is both simple to make and reasonably profitable. If you’re up for more of a challenge, try combining ‘Vodka’ and ‘Exercise Machines’ to create the smelly but deadly ‘Vladimir Putin’s Gym Shorts’. Or perhaps you prefer the terrifying but compact ‘Inconveniently Small Dragons’?
Sign-ups for the upcoming private beta are now being accepted. March of Industry is planned to be free-to-play and compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux via Steam and Kongregate, with a mobile release also being planned.
About Archive Entertainment:
Archive Entertainment’s last title, 8BitMMO, has been downloaded by more than 800,000 registered users. The player community around it has created a game world larger than the combined landmass of the United Kingdom. 8BitMMO received high accolades, including winning the Seattle Independent Game Competition and at Tokyo Game Show’s Sense of Wonder Night won the award for Best Technological Game.
Archive Entertainment is founded by Robby Zinchak. Previously a Producer at Microsoft, he has also led game creation at Capcom and Midway before becoming a full-time indie in 2011.
Private beta link: http://marchofindustry.com/beta/
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