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Oil Rush: 3D Naval Strategy Screenshots

· Hiqh quality 3D visuals never before seen on mobile devices powered by Unigine technology
· Vicious battles, wrathful enemies, and decisive attacks will keep commanders on the warpath for oil
· Unique and varied environments: the twilit Antarctic, flooded jungles, sunken cities, Asian villages, great canyons, ruined industrial zones, and more
· 10 hour campaign with 15 challenging, story-based missions: capture-'em-all, save-the-hero, tower defense, survival, oil retrieval, rescue, defeat-the-boss, and more
· Strategic depth allows players to build offensive and defensive weapons with multi-level upgrade options
· Tech tree with a rich array of super technologies, including nukes, napalm, submarines, and convertiplanes
· 15 quick game maps for battles with up to three AI opponents
· 18 music tracks deliver a unique fusion of heavy industrial groove and electronic ambient/breaks
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