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Thursday, 07 April 2011 08:30

StarCraft II gets three maps

Written by David Stellmack


Promised maps finally released by Blizzard
The three maps that StarCraft II players have been waiting for since Blizzcon last year have finally made it to release after being in beta testing for quite some time. Apparently, all players are able to download the maps and attempt to complete the achievements for each map.

The most interesting of the maps is StarJewled, which has its look rooted in the Bejeweled puzzle game by developer PopCap Games. The other two maps are Another is Left 2 Die and Aiur Chef.

A fourth custom map that was announced and shown at Blizzcon in October of last year is said to still be in development, but no additional details are available on when the map might be released.
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