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Scrapland Playable Demo Now Available
Get a taste of American McGee's highly anticipated PC title.

by | October 7, 2004

Fans eagerly awaiting the chance to experience American McGee's Scrapland can now download a playable demo, announced today by Enlight.

This public demo gives gamers the opportunity to experience the futuristic robotic world of Scrapland. It introduces gamers to D-Tritus, an intergalactic traveler who finds himself involved in a series of mysterious murders. With the ability to transform into any of 15 character types, each with their own unique powers, and the skills to pilot hundreds of gunships found throughout the game, D-Tritus must solve this murderous conspiracy plaguing the city of Chimera.

Scrapland is a unique blend of breathtaking graphics, open-ended gameplay and an engaging narrative that creates a fun and challenging experience that is a refreshing change of pace from the abundance of violent games currently on the market. The one of a kind game design and solid story clearly show the influence and polish that gamers have come to expect from a title with American McGee’s name on it. With over 40 hours of single player gameplay and fantastic multiplayer action, Scrapland is sure to satisfy the masses while setting a new standard in game design. The game is set to ship in November for the PC and late January for the Xbox® video game system from Microsoft.

The Scrapland demo can be download here. For more information, visit the official Scrapland website.

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