Gamecock Lineup Trailers

Earlier we reported on the formation of new indie game publisher Gamecock and now we are back with additional details and trailers for their currently announced lineup of titles.

First up we have this trailer for Fury, Australia-based developer Auran Studios’ upcoming competitive PvP MMOG coming to the PC in Q4 2007:

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Next we have a trailer for Insecticide, a fast-action detective game from Crackpot Entertainment in which you join Detective Chrys Liszt and Roachy Caruthers working a murder mystery case in a futuristic city where insects have become the world’s dominant race. The game is in development for the PC and an undisclosed handheld platform and is due out this holiday season.
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Continuing on, here we have the trailer for Hero, an action-RPG title from Firefly Studios (known for the Stronghold series) in development for the PC and an undisclosed next-gen console for a release in Spring 2009.

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And finally we have the trailer for Mushroom Men, Red Fly Studio’s action/adventure title set amongst the warring world of three-inch-tall mushrooms. The clash of spores begins in Spring 2008 on undisclosed handheld and next-gen platforms.

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At this time we don’t have any trailer for Gamecock’s other announced title, Hail to the Chimp from Wideload Games, however we do know that the game will be available for undisclosed next-gen consoles in Spring 2008. Once we know more on this title and the rest of the lineup we’ll report back.

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