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||September 3rd, 2010 22:39
Eschalon: Book II - The Secret of Fathamurk announced
Basilisk Games has announced that they'll release a 5-10 hour expansion to Book 11,
called The Secrets of Fathamurk. The add-on will be completely free to those who own the game. For good measure, here's the press release, but before that, be sure to look at the official FAQ.
Basilisk Games Announces the development of "The Secret of Fathamurk", an extended adventure for Eschalon: Book II
Indianapolis, IN - September 3, 2010 - Basilisk Games, Inc. today announced the development of an add-on adventure for Eschalon: Book II called "The Secret of Fathamurk".
"This expansion for Eschalon: Book II will add 5-10 hours of new gameplay for fans of the game," said Thomas Riegsecker, Lead Developer of the Eschalon series. "Better yet, we're not charging players a dime for it. If you own Eschalon: Book II you will have access to this new content free-of-charge with the 1.05 update.
"Eschalon: Book II is available now for Windows, Macintosh and Linux based computers. "The Secret of Fathamurk" expansion will be included in the 1.05 update coming this October. Current owners need only to download the updated game to have access to this new content. The final release date for this update will be announce on the Basilisk Games website. Visit http://basiliskgames.com for more information.
About Eschalon: Book II Eschalon: Book II is the sequel to 2007's hit independent role-playing game, Eschalon: Book I. Continue your journey across massive outdoor environments and deep into twisted dungeons as you seek to uncover the mystery of your past and who is behind the menace that threatens all of Eschalon. No experience with the first game is needed to enjoy this second chapter in the Eschalon trilogy. More information on the game and links to the demo and video trailer can be found online at: http://basiliskgames.com/eschalon_book_ii
About Basilisk Games Founded in 2005, Basilisk Games is an independent game developer located in Indianapolis, Indiana. The company's mission is to produce compelling old-school computer role-playing games for gamers who still remember what great computer RPGs used to be about: "Single-player. Turn-based. Stat heavy. Story driven." Visit Basilisk Games online at: http://basiliskgames.com
||September 3rd, 2010 22:39
I applaud this.
I will be buying EII some time in the next few months to play on the Mac that I do work on. It'll be perfect to play in a separate window during downtime. Turn-based is perfect for that scenario.
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