Valve continued its path toward world PC domination today, as the company signed a deal with Gamecock to release the independent game publisher’s games via Steam.
The first Gamecock games to appear on Valve’s digital-distribution network are Stronghold Crusader Extreme and Insecticide Part 1. Both games are actually available today.
Available for $29.99, Stronghold Crusader Extreme picks up where the RTS Stronghold Crusader left off. Set during the first, second and third crusades, Stronghold Crusader Extreme delivers medieval warfare via an all-new Extreme Trail, which is a 20-mission set that has more than 10,000 units on the battlefield. Players will also find new AI opponents and 30 stand-alone maps for multiplayer or single-player skirmishes, plus the complete original Stronghold game.
Meanwhile, Insecticide Part 1 follows the exploits of Detective Chrys Liszt in a film noir storyline that plays out through hard-boiled, fast-shooting action scenes and clever adventuring. The world of the game features bugs that have evolved as the planet’s dominant race.
Surely you’ve worked with a couple of those roaches during your career.