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Gas Powered Games website teases 'next big thing'


7:00 AM on 12.19.2012
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It's been a while since I've seen one of these teaser websites, and while I can't say I miss them, I'd be interested to hear what Gas Powered Games has been up to lately. The studio is teasing something over here with a countdown set to end later next month.

"Ready for something wild? Be the first to see the next big thing from the designer of Total Annihilation, Dungeon Siege, Supreme Commander, and the team at Gas Powered Games."

Perhaps this is related to Kings and Castles, a game that was announced but seemingly put on hold while the company shifted resources to Age of Empires Online. That likely wouldn't be "wild," so maybe not. Whatever it ends up being, Gas Powered and Chris Taylor still have a strong following so we'll be patiently waiting for the reveal.

[Thanks, Mike]






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