GarageGames Releases Dark Horizons: Lore
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GarageGames today announced the release of its first hardcore game Dark Horizons: Lore on Mac OS X and Windows. The company has also launched an early adopter price of $24.95.
Here's more from the official PR:
Dark Horizons: Lore is a breakneck-speed, first-person shooter based in a universe where the bitter history of a ravaged, war-torn Earth unfolds before the player's eyes. Warring factions in the year 2155 pit cybernetically-controlled, mech-style machines of war against one another in savage team-based combat on a dark 3D Earth. It's squad against squad as you and your teammates struggle to hold ground and complete objectives against enemy forces. A free, time-limited, trail version is available for download at Macgamefiles.com.
Dark Horizons: Lore (add to watch list)
One of Dark Horizons: Lore's many compelling features is the sophisticated online tracking of player data and history which opens ladders, tournaments and rankings to the Lore gamer. This powerful "backend" aspect of Dark Horizons: Lore is the focus of a current stress test being conducted by the development team.
"With over 5,000 beta players giving us input, it's great to live out our vision of creating an experience for the gamer that really uses their input and feedback as part of the development process," says Adrian Wright, President of Max Gaming. "Dark Horizons: Lore is a game we are proud to play."
"As independent game publishers we're passionate about making games that exceed our fans' expectations," comments Jay Moore, GarageGames Evangelist. "Dark Horizons Lore is a great example of a game which does exactly that: With a persistent universe and innovative online meta-map that evolve the game alongside the player, the Lore experience will always have something new to offer in content, art, missions and storyline."
MGF: Dark Horizons: Lore 1.0.1 Demo
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