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Monday, 12 May 2014

Tales of Gorluth - Demo Version and Pre-Order

Featuring over 5 hours of gameplay, 64 colours on screen at once and over 40 pieces of music, this Zelda-like RPG surely pushes the Backbone game creation system to its absolute limits.

The game, which has taken over a year to develop, is now in the closing stages of completion, and with that opportunities to download a demo and pre-order the full release have now arisen.

Visit for more information, download links for English and German demo versions, and for pre-order details.

The full version comes boxed in a jewel case with original artwork, and costs a mere 15 Euros including delivery costs.

System requirements: ECS Amiga, 68020 processor (68030 recommended), 2MB Chip RAM, 1MB Fast RAM, Hard Drive.

A number of Amiga users have encountered memory issues (the game requires a full 2MB of Chip Ram) or problems with patched versions of OS3.5/3.9 when trying to run the game. Thankfully, a set of instructions detailing how to solve these problems, should they arise, can be found here: (non German speakers will need Google Translate or similar).

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