Thunder Wolves, a helicopter-shooter title from Hungarian developer Most Wanted Entertainment and being published by bitComposer Games, is available for pre-order on Steam. Those that do pre-order will get the game for $7.99, a 20 percent discount from its regular $9.99 price tag.
The game will launch on Steam on May 15 and will be coming to the Xbox Live Arcade and Playstation Network at an undetermined date.
In this arcade-style action game, players are part of the Thunder Wolves, an elite group of helicopter pilots that is called in when missions err on the side of being downright suicidal. The game features plenty of explosions and completely destructible environments.
The game boasts nine helicopters in total for players to pilot and customize over 13 campaign missions including stealth operations, escorts, and seek-and-destroy missions.
The game also includes a wide array of enemies for players to destroy, from terrorist foot soldiers to land vehicles and even enemy helicopters. There are also plenty of challenging boss battles to partake in.
Thunder Wolves supports local co-op as well, letting two players complete missions as a pilot/gunner duo.
Most Wanted Entertainment was founded in 2005 by industry veterans. Since its inception, the studio has created over 30 games including Joint Task Force, Defenders of Ardania, Mystery Tales 1 and 2, Mechanic Master 1 and 2, and the award-winning Magnetic Joe 1 and 2.
Most Wanted Entertainment is a licensed developer on the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Nintendo Wii U, Nintendo 3DS and DS, and iPhone and iPad.
Publisher bitComposer Games is an independent publisher of PC and computer games based in Eschborn, Germany.
The parent company, bitComposer Entertainment AG, focuses on the international commercialization of entertainment products for PC, console, and handheld platforms. Its subsidiary, bitComposer Online GmbH, concentrates on the the ever-growing online games market.
The publisher works with experienced development teams and service providers around the world to develop in-house projects, licensed titles, and commissioned productions. For more information, you can visit their website.