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 Sep 01, 2005 - 11:30 AM - by Michael
* Nibiru Ships

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The Adventure Company have shipped out their latest, NiBiRu:

Toronto, August 31, 2005 - The Adventure Company, a leading publisher of critically acclaimed adventure games, today announced NIBIRU: Age of Secrets for Windows? has shipped to retailers across Canada and the U.S.

From the creators of Black Mirror, comes a riveting new graphic adventure. The game begins with the discovery of a mysterious World War II tunnel unearthed while building a new highway in Bohemia. What begins as a short expedition to Prague turns into a dangerous and thrilling mystery involving murder, the deep dark secrets of the Nazis, and the demise of the Mayan civilization. Playing as Martin Holan, you?ll find yourself reeling into the heart of an exhilarating adventure.

Multiple chapters of intense storytelling unfold across more than 80 breathtaking locations created in rich photo-realistic detail. Encounter and interact with over 35 interesting and highly detailed non-playing characters. The atmospheric visual effects, captivating musical score and sound effects will you immerse you deeper into the enthralling plot.

NIBIRU uses the AGDS (Advanced Graphic Development System) engine. Apart from the standard elements, AGDS enables several graphical effects including: rain, lightning, fog, etc. The primary graphical mode is 32 bytes, but there is also a less demanding 16 byte mode to accommodate players with lower system configurations. The engine was first developed for the Black Mirror horror adventure game.

Developed by Future Games, NIBIRU: Age of Secrets, has been rated ?T? for Teen by the ESRB. For more information visit www.NibiruGame.com.

 

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