Thursday, 18 April 2013

FULL CONTROL ANNOUNCES JAGGED ALLIANCE: FLASHBACK

Danish independent studio today announced that it has begun development on Jagged Alliance: Flashback. Based on the widely popular critically acclaimed Jagged Alliance series, Jagged Alliance: Flashback is not just a reboot, but a reset that returns the franchise to the tactical turn-based action of the original games.
 
Starting next week Full Control will turn to crowdfunding and launch a Kickstarter campaign to finance the project. Supporters of the project can get involved by pledging as little as $5.
 
Set in the mid-1980’s on the Caribbean Island of San Cristobal Jagged Alliance: Flashback transports players back in time to the cold war era.  
 
Further details of Jagged Alliance: Flashback and the Kickstarter campaign will be announced next week. 
 
For more information about Jagged Alliance: Flashback and Full Control news:
 
Visit the Jagged Alliance Flashback website: http://www.jaggedallianceflashback.com/
Visit the Full Control website: http://www.fullcontrol.dk/
Follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/JAFlashback
 
History of the Jagged Alliance Franchise:
Jagged Alliance was first released in 1994 and is still counted as one the best turn based strategy games of its time. After the release of Jagged Alliance 2 in 1999 the series slipped back into the cold war and received a reboot in 2010 with Jagged Alliance – Back in Action, which received mixed reactions from the community and press after its departure from turn-based action gameplay. Full Control plan to reset the franchise with the launch of Jagged Alliance: Flashback through Kickstarter.
 
About Full Control
Full Control is a small indie studio based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Over the years they have specialized in the genre of turn-based strategy games and have several productions in their portfolio: Their current project is a turn-based videogame adaptation of the hugely popular Warhammer 40k title “Space Hulk”.


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