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Hamburg, February 1, 2013. As
InnoGames’ pirate-action game
Kartuga nears closed beta, the first detailed
information about the title’s ship types are announced.
Players have the choice between light, medium and large layouts
– overall there are more than 40 types selectable in the
game. InnoGames presents some of them in a brand new
Depending on the chosen categories, ship properties differ
vastly from each other. Light ships are fast and agile, but have
few health points. Large ships are near unsinkable, but very slow
and portly. Medium ships offer a balance mix of strengths and
weaknesses. Rare and high-level ships give players bonuses for
various specifications - for example more powerful attacks. In
addition to the many properties, the ship types also differ
visually from each other. Because of this, a great optical variety
on the oceans of Kartuga is guaranteed.
InnoGames plans to start the closed-beta at the end of February.
Players can already preregister at
Kartuga is an Action-MMO with RPG-elements. The 3D pirate game
invites players to choose from three ship classes, and develop
their unique play style by leveling up and combining various skills
and equipment. At the core of the game, developed by
Ticking Bomb Games, is cooperative PvP. Players
challenge each other in teams of four in intense, fast-paced
With more than 100 million registered players, InnoGames is one
of the world's leading developers and providers of online games.
The Hamburg-based company has scored major successes with games
Forge of Empires and