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Uwe Boll Movie Game

Boll 'Tunnels' Into Game Business announces that German developer Replay Studios is creating a game called Tunnel Rats, based on an upcoming Uwe Boll Vietnam War movie that is not one of the director's signature adaptations of game properties. The game is expected to be released for PCs and Xbox 360 early next year in conjunction with the movie's release. Word is:

"Tunnel Rats is a first-person shooter set during the Vietnam War that tells the story of a young G.I. who escapes from a POW camp and journeys through a heavily fortified valley in the Cu Chi province," said Marc Moehring Managing Director and Co-Founder, Replay Studios. "It not only depicts his actual physical path through the merciless jungle and claustrophobic, trap-ridden tunnels, but also his emotional and psychological journey as the horrors he witnesses--and participates in--slowly deprive him of his ideals, morals and sanity."

The game will take place over 10 levels of jungles and tunnels based on the movie. Players will have over a dozen weapons to choose from as they make there way through the game's environments.

"The game mainly takes the setting, atmosphere and philosophy of the movie, and tells the parallel story of different characters in a similar situation," said Moehring. "Like the film, it is very dark, violent and dirty, and depicts war as the madness that it is. In the end, it's all about survival in a situation where everything you know and believe in goes to hell, and a fight for an impersonal goal becomes a very personal experience, one that changes you forever--if it doesn't kill you."

The movie, which was penned by Boll and Dan Clarke, stars Michael Pare, Nate Parker, Brandon Fobbs and Erik Eidem. Boll said all of the actors from the film have signed on to have their likenesses appear in the game. He said the game will incorporate Jessica de Rooij's score from the movie as well as additional music composed specifically for the game.

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