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Old 02-26-2021, 12:55 PM   #1
Typical Russian
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We at Totem Games are completely fascinated by the age of steam, when the romance of the sails was replaced by mechanisms. We love to revive the wooden steamers of the Crimean and US Civil War and watch as they turn into huge steel monsters of the Russo-Japanese War.

Every time after the completion of a new project, we want to return to it again in order to realize our ideas at a new level. Our first game was about the American Civil War. And now it's time to get back to basics.

In an effort to preserve all the best of our games and implement it at a new technological level, our team is working on a new naval combat sim project - Ironclads 3.

As a first step towards a big, complex game, we chose the naval action between the CSS Alabama and the USS Kearsarge near Cherbourg in 1864.

It was a duel between equal opponents and warships of the same class. Such a fight will be able to show the novelties of the combat system for old-timers and newcomers and give us, as developers, a tool to get the opinion of our players as early as possible.

So we are working on IRONCLADS 3 and our first scenario will be IRONCLADS 3: Cherbourg 1864. We are inspired by our work and wanted to convey this spirit through a short video. I hope you enjoy it.

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