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Wednesday, 28 November 2007 23:31

Warmonger is ready

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Free download

 

Netdevil and Ageia have announced that starting today, Warmonger: Downtown Destruction is available for download.

It includes six levels with heavy destruction. We saw it back at the Games Convention and it looked like a lot of fun. An Ageia's PhysX card is, of course, required for the game; and although it will work without one, don't expect high frame rates, since it is packed with physics and is highly optimized for use with the aforementioned card. 

PhysX should become very popular now that Havok has been bought by Intel and that Ageia's cards have dropped to a more reasonable price level of US$99. Warmonger might just be the beginning of it all. So, if you feel like blowing the entire wall off a building, then head over to the Warmonger website and download this 437MB game.

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