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City of Steam gearing up for full Steam ahead

December 12, 2012

The game City of Steam is now in the Steam Greenlight queue,  which means it will be available through Steam if it gets the green light. Playing the game through Steam will provide provide some extra features, which is outline in a CoS forum post.

Since the game is browser-based and with a free-to-play payment model, anyone* can still play it though even without Steam. The game is currently gearing up for its 3rd closed beta weekend, starting this Friday/Saturday (depending on your time zone). In time for this next round of closed beta, the people at Mechanist Games have released a new trailer for the game, see below.

If you are interested in a beta key, send me a private message in the game forums (Sente), as I may have beta keys.

* anyone with a browser which is supported by the Unity3D web player.

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  1. December 12, 2012 at 20:26

    I stuck my head into the last closed beta. I was on the fence about many of the mechanics, but certainly intrigued enough that I’ll take it for another spin when it goes live. However, I thought the graphics were astounding for a browser based client. I had no idea browser based engines had come so far.

  2. December 12, 2012 at 22:52

    It certainly looks great. There are some rough spots in terms of game mechanics, but they are improving and have a very positive attitude towards player feedback.

    Mechanist refers to it as an online RPG rather than an MMO and that is probably an accurate description, sharing some of the qualities that can make MMOs enjoyable also.

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