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Dingo Games - Windows Press Release:

    Indie Developer Releases Three Musketeers Role Playing Game

    October 16th, 2009 - (Vancouver, Canada) Dingo Games, www.dingogames.com, has announced the release of their swashbuckling adventure The Three Musketeers: The Game for Windows and Mac. Available exclusively online, the game closely follows the plot of the original Three Musketeers novel. Players take control of the young gentleman d'Artagnan as he sets off for Paris in hopes of becoming a Musketeer.

    Created by independent developer Dingo Games, the game features an old school top-down perspective with hand drawn 2d graphics. Players duel enemies, gather loot, and fire muskets as they make their way through the main story. The setting of 17th France, which is uncommon in games, creates a unique gaming experience. Minigames and sidequests are specific to the setting - in one sidequest players help the inventor of the flintlock musket.

    The story focuses on d'Artagnan's adventures with the famous three Musketeers: Athos, Porthos, and Aramis. Cardinal Richelieu, the most powerful man in France, launches a plot to disgrace the queen and it's up to d'Artagnan and his three friends to save her honor. Later in the game, the beautiful but deadly Milady de Winter becomes the chief concern of the four comrades.

    It took 165 years, but this classic tale has finally been faithfully adapted into a video game. There is a free demo available for Windows and Mac. For more information on The Three Musketeers: The Game go to www.dingogames.com/three-musketeers-game/

    All for one and one for all!

    About Dingo Games
    Dingo Games is an independent game developer located in Vancouver, Canada. Originally started by programmer James Sayer, Dingo Games became a husband and wife team when he married artist Kristin Wilson (now Kristin Sayer). The two met at a fencing club and through their mutual love of the sport they ended up developing the swashbuckling epic The Three Musketeers: The Game.

    Contributed by Jeanne (75604) on Oct 28, 2009.

Dingo Games Press (Mac Release):

    Three Musketeers Role Playing Game Released For Mac

    October 13th, 2009 - (Vancouver, Canada) Dingo Games, www.dingogames.com, announced today the Mac release of their swashbuckling epic The Three Musketeers: The Game. Available exclusively online, the game closely follows the plot of the original Three Musketeers novel. The classic adventure story and the rarely used setting of 17th century France make this game a unique experience.

    Players take on the role of the young gentleman d'Artagnan as he sets off for Paris in hopes of becoming a Musketeer. Soon after arriving, d'Artagnan finds himself in duels with each of the famous three Musketeers: Athos, Porthos, and Aramis. By fighting alongside them, he is able to prove that he has the heart of a Musketeer and is accepted by them as a friend. When the evil Cardinal Richelieu launches a plot to disgrace the queen, only d'Artagnan and his three friends can defend her honor.

    Created by independent developer Dingo Games, the game features an old school top-down perspective with hand drawn 2d graphics. Players gather loot, duel enemies, fire flintlocks, and play mini-games as they make their way through the main story. In addition, numerous side-quests exist for players who want to explore the entire game.

    It took 165 years, but this classic tale has finally been faithfully adapted into a video game. The Windows version is currently in beta and will be released shortly. For more information on The Three Musketeers: The Game or to download the free demo, go to www.dingogames.com/three-musketeers-game/

    About Dingo Games
    Dingo Games is an independent game developer located in Vancouver, Canada. Originally started by programmer James Sayer, Dingo Games became a husband and wife team when he married artist Kristin Wilson (now Kristin Sayer). The two met at a fencing club and through their mutual love of the sport they ended up developing the swashbuckling epic The Three Musketeers: The Game.

    Contributed by Jeanne (75604) on Oct 28, 2009.

Dingo Games - Announcement Press Release:

    Dingo Games Announces The Three Musketeers: The Game

    August 5th, 2009 - (Vancouver, Canada) Dingo Games, www.dingogames.com, has just announced its latest project, The Three Musketeers: The Game. Closely following the story of Alexander Dumas' original masterpiece, The Three Musketeers: The Game is a unique action-adventure game for Mac and Windows.

    Players take on the role of the young gentleman d'Artagnan as he sets off for Paris in hopes of becoming a Musketeer. D'Artagnan makes dangerous enemies along the way but soon befriends the famous three Musketeers: Athos, Porthos and Aramis. A plot to disgrace the queen emerges and the four friends must rely on their wits and their swords to preserve her honor from the evil Cardinal Richelieu.

    Created by independent developer Dingo Games, the game features a top-down perspective and hand-drawn 2d graphics. Players gather loot, duel enemies, fire flintlock muskets, and play the occasional mini-game as they make their way through the main story. In addition, numerous side-quests exist for players who want to explore all the game has to offer.

    It took 165 years, but this classic tale has finally been faithfully adapted into a video game. For more information on The Three Musketeers: The Game, go to www.dingogames.com/three-musketeers-game/. Coming August 2009.

    About Dingo Games
    Dingo Games is an independent game developer located in Vancouver, Canada. Originally started by programmer James Sayer, Dingo Games became a husband and wife team when he married artist Kristin Wilson (now Kristin Sayer). The two met at a fencing club and through their mutual love of the sport they ended up developing the swashbuckling epic The Three Musketeers: The Game.

    Contributed by Jeanne (75604) on Oct 28, 2009.