Hive Rise – very fast real-time strategy game

Hive Rise is a real time strategy massively multiplayer online game.

It is a high speed game which is set in the year 2023 that is played online with thousands of other players. Enemy nations have stopped fighting with each other. To feed the population’s hunger for violence, a television show called “Hive Rise” is created. Small teams possessing the latest military technology battle it out in a world of pure warzone chaos.

You play in a big battle where you will immediately be thrown into action. In each map, up to 1,000 human players are allowed with some different bots serving as a stopgap.

Features include:

  • High speed strategy.
  • Thousands of players.
  • Huge maps.
  • Multiplayer mode.
  • Tactical depth.
  • 12 Play Modes: Tutorial, Hive Master, Tank Driver, Pilot, Elite Soldier, Conqueror, Warlord, Domination, Cooperation, Confrontation, Last Man Standing, and Team Match.
  • Cool upgrades.
  • Collect trophies.
  • Watch game replays.
  • Listen to Web Radio in Game.

Developer: Vulcando Games
License: Freeware

Hive Rise

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