Germany-based Publisher Just A Game announced a new WW2 browser game Operation Gamma 41 (OG 41 For short), which was hitting the closed beta yesterday.
Like its earlier licensed version of WW2 Glory, Operation Gamma 41 also takes place in the second world war when two opposite forces confront each other. The game is developed by Chinese game studios, which has distributed the Chinese version of 绝地战争 in 2010.
Based on what chinese gamers have experienced, Operation Gamma 41 (the English version) delivers a complete set of tactics, a powerful unit of army, and a group of stratigists.
Unlike those so called browser strategy games like Evony, Global WARFARE, Operation Gamma 41 also allows strategists or players to be the master of a small town where they need to build a fortress and mange the whole stuff. At the same time, they should be equipped with an army and send them into the great historical battles of World War II.
While there are numourous strategy titles set in the world of the Second World War, Operation Gamma 41 may bring a breakthrough in this field. After all, Chinese games are lucrative, and Just A Game knew it.
Currently, OG 41 is now in the closed beta testing stage and the Chinese sides are adjusting some gadgets and performing some ruitine maintainance and changes.