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Ship Simulator Extremes, Greenpeace Campaign, Detailed

Saving the world one mission at a time.

NEW YORK - August 24, 2010 - Developer VSTEP today announced details of its Greenpeace campaign for the soon to be released, Ship Simulator Extremes. The Greenpeace campaign is one of three realistic campaigns featured in the game. In this campaign, players can sail actual Greenpeace vessels like the Esperanza as they confront oil dumping ships, track down illegal toxic waste dumping and save the whales from whale hunter vessels. Take the rudder of the Rainbow Warrior III a full year before its actual completion. After successfully completing any of the nine historical Greenpeace missions, enjoy full motion documentary footage and interviews with Greenpeace Captain Pete Wilcox as part of your reward.

For a sneak peek of the Greenpeace action, visit <a href=""></a>

Created by the developer VSTEP, Ship Simulator Extremes offers exciting missions all over the world as you pilot an impressive array of vessels, and live the story of real ship captains. The most realistic simulator ever set on the high seas is scheduled for release on August 27th and will be published worldwide by Paradox Interactive. The PC title will also be available for digital download on all leading digital distribution platforms.

The PC title is currently available for pre-order on several digital download portals. View trailer showcasing the unique pre-order bonus content here: <a href=""></a>

To check out the latest news and information on the game, follow Ship Simulator Extremes on Twitter @Shipsim or visit the website

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Posted by: Redeema
Date: August 24, 2010

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