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Call for Heroes: Pompolic Wars Released!

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Quotix Software proudly announces that Call for Heroes: Pompolic Wars has been released! It can be bought digitally through StrategyFirst.com or bought packaged in North American stores. Buy it for only $19.99 http://www.callforheroes.com/buy.htm Game Official Website: http://www.callforheroes.com Quotix Software Website: http://www.quotixsoftware.com About Call for Heroes: Pompolic Wars Call for Heroes: Pompolic Wars is a third-person action game with RPG elements. The game places players in a fantasy medieval world, where a dimensional portal to the Outer Worlds has opened, and an enemy from the darkness has encroached the world. Led by a demon named Pompolic, the armies of demonic hordes have taken over most of the planet. With mysterious origins, Pompolic’s malevolent spiritual being possesses supernatural powers. His desire is to possess the people and turn them into minions of his dark army, as he wields his power through his servants, the Dark Souls. Features · 2 unique characters to choose from · Each character has unique weapons, items and special abilities · Character gains experience which will help him to upgrade his strength, armor and health · 15 special abilities per character · Fantasy/medieval type world divided into 15 levels · 18 different types of monsters and 3 bosses at the end

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Great graphics - looks very cool! I am downloading the demo now, will probably comment on when I actually play it. Unfortunately, with that download size, won't be able to try it for a bit. ;)

Edit: Was pretty fun. Not exactly what I expected, but still fun none-the-less. It ran quite slow on my computer, even at lowest settings of everything, but so do most all modern games. Still, though, seemed a bit on the "slow" side for what it was doing.

[Edited by - Spodi on June 24, 2007 4:57:20 PM]

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