So, one of the projects I'm involved in and for which I've been pushing pixels for over a year is finally open for players to register. It's called... BATTLE MINES! It's a MMO post-apocalyptic empire-building webgame, focused mainly on two things: Building and Combat. In this game, you control a grid-based city, and through tech research, industry, and CANNON SALVOS, you must vanquish your opposition to emerge as the most dangerous city-state in a post-apocalyptic world, ready to bomb back to the stone age anyone who does so much as looking funny at you. Playstyle Freedom You can play it any way you want. You can make your city into a peaceful, tree-hugging utopia; an industrial paradise churning out manufactured goods and tons of pollution, or even a bleak, broken desolate land with just cannons, missiles and the essential buildings to properly enslave your neighbours. Or, Glob forbid, you could even develop a balanced, healthy land Instant Gratification No need to wake up at 3 AM to check if your fleet was curbstomped on the other side of the galaxy. No progress bars telling you that the 5th level of the Warehouse will take 3:17:46 (and counting) to finish. Just gather your resources, and whatever you spend them on is immediately achieved. Global Politicking Vote in the global senate! Lobby for restrictions on uranium refining, or an anti-communist resolution, or make sure that human rights are properly ignored worldwide so your vassals will stay put under your military-industrial boots, custom-tailored for Oppression. Devastating Warfare Level your enemies' lands with a rain of uranium munitions! End their lucky streaks with a humbling, healthy dose of atomic hellfire delivered via ICBM! Build a Doomsday Device, and witness the other players gawk in fear and awe as it nears completion, while they miserably plot against you. Cutthroat Trading Rip your neighbours off with outrageous trades! Go on a fit of rage when someone offers better rates than you - and then, bomb them back to the dirt age so they don't ruin your business. Pixel Art Nearly every graphical game asset has been painstakingly pixelled by yours truly, behold: So.... what about you drop by www.battlemines.com and give it a whirl? EDIT: Whyever did my screenshots get substituted for two giant GOOGLE logos?! EDIT 2: Because your boss takes anti-hotlinking measures, bub.