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Gameplay Xilvan Design games for 2018 and the Future!

Xylvan

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Hi everybody, i'm ready to announce that

Xilvan Design build 3D games

since 2004:

  1. Lights of Dreams IV v8.97.
  2. Candy World II v9.07.
  3. Candy Racing Cup v2.75.
  4. Candy World Adventures v6.37.
  5. Candy to the Rescue IV v6.27.
  6. Candy's Space Adventures v16.27.
  7. Candy's Space Mysteries II v6.75.

No More than 7 new updates since last edit:

- We are planning Lights of Dreams V: There will be Space travel.

- Just enhancing the graphics of Candy World Adventures IV.

- Rocks wasn't blasting enough in Lights of Dreams IV, Now it breaks a lot.

- Enhanced the lights balls in teleportation scenes in Lights of Dreams IV.

- Enhanced the spatial explosions effects of the:

Candy's Space Adventures & Candy Space Mysteries II.

- I have been changing the explosions effects of all my games.

- We are actually releasing my games.

 

They are available for download on my website:

Plenty of games wait you HERE:

- Our amazing Xilvan Design Websites -

Hope you'll appreciate!

 

If you want to watch the videos of our games:

- Our Youtube Channel -

Please, Subscribe to our channel for

more infos about our new releases.

Now we have 608 subscribers, we are needing

more than 1000 to get fulfilled.

 

Also, you must share the news!

 

Friendly, Xylvan, Xilvan Design.

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15 hours ago, Awoken said:

images aren't showing up for me...

I uploaded the images again & it may show

many screenshots of all of my games...

Thanks for your advices!

Friendly, Xylvan, Xilvan Design.

 

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