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 May 16, 2005 - 03:35 PM - by Michael
* TAC announces Sacred Rings

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Another announcement from The Adventure Company today:

Toronto, May 16, 2005. The Adventure Company, a leading publisher of PC
adventure games, today announced it will publish The Sacred Rings, the
sequel to Aura: Fate of the Ages, for Windows(r).

The Story:

Since ancient times, a clan of Keepers has guarded a collection of
sacred rings that, when united with several hidden artifacts, grant the
holder infinite power and immortality. When a rival clan, led by Durad,
makes known its intention to obtain this power for an evil purpose, the
Keepers send their prized student to uncover the artifacts and deliver
them, along with the rings, to Grifit, the Old Master. Umang's journey
leads him to the portal of a world unknown even to the powerful Keepers.

In The Sacred Rings, the portal transports Umang to Manula Valley and a
series of truths are revealed. To his dismay, Umang discovers that this
world was once inhabited by the Keepers, hundreds of years ago, until it
was taken from them by Durad and his clan. More disturbing, it is
revealed that Umang's arrival in Manula Valley is just one more step in
a plot manipulated by Durad to bring Umang and the rings one step closer
to evil. He must now outwit Durad's powerful forces to complete his
quest and return the sacred rings to his clan.

Game Features:

* Easy to navigate mouse-driven, point-and-click interface.
* More than 25 inventive cerebral puzzles and challenges.
* Three vast worlds to explore: No Man's Land, Manula Valley, and
the Keeper's Land.
* Proprietary engine blends together beautiful pre-rendered
graphics and environmental interaction with immersive special effects.
* Non-linear style of gameplay with multiple choices that can
affect the journey's outcome.
* More than 40 minutes of incredible cut-scenes.
* More than 400 beautiful locations to fully-explore.
* A fully realized cast of characters to interact with.
* An astonishing musical score with 8 varied themes to compliment
gameplay.

The Sacred Rings is developed by Streko-Graphics Inc. and will ship in
North America and Europe this Fall. The game has an expected ESRB rating
of "E" for Everyone and anticipated PEGI of "7+PEGI." Visit www.adventurecompanygames.com
for more information.

 

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