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The Adventure Company Ships The Omega Stone: Riddle of the Sphinx II
Players Continue an Unforgettable Journey
Toronto, Ontario, March 18, 2003 - The Adventure Company announced today it has shipped The Omega Stone: Riddle of the Sphinx II for the PC. The second in the Riddle of the Sphinx series, this title takes gamers on an incredible adventure.
The Omega Stone sends intrepid explorers on a quest to prevent a terrible disaster prophesized by the ancients. Beautiful rendered scenery from Stonehenge, Easter Island, and the Lost City of Atlantis sets the tone for this evocative mystery.
"Omni Interactive has done a beautiful job," said Richard Wah Kan, CEO of The Adventure Company. "The compelling storyline and incredibly realistic graphics faithfully capture the experience of the original."
The Omega Stone offers a historically and archaeologically accurate world of adventure, complete with full real time screen animations, cut scenes and full motion video. Gamers can investigate each area in full, with a full 360 degree camera. The original Riddle of the Sphinx has sold in excess of 225,000 copies to date.
About The Adventure Company
The Adventure Company is North America's number one publisher of adventure games, publishing award-winning adventure games primarily for the PC. The company is based in Toronto, Canada. Visit www.AdventureCompanyGames.com for further details.
Contributed by Jeanne (75654) on Apr 20, 2004.
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Ancient Symbols Reveal a New Riddle ...Why do the Mayan Pyramids resemble the tombs and monuments in Egypt and what role to they play in solving the mystery?
Link the World's Most Mysterious Locations to a Forgotten Past
What is the significance of the underwater 'road' at Bimini, and the colossal statues of Easter Island that stare out to sea?
Who were the builders of the stone circles of Stonehenge and why are there ancient references to a magnificent civilization of Atlantis?
Contributed by Jeanne (75654) on Nov 18, 2003.