First ever English demo released of Beleif&Betrayal

Haarlem, The Netherlands– June 5, 2008– Today leading Publishers Lighthouse Interactive and dtp Entertainment AG released the first ever English language playable demo for their highly anticipated and enthralling conspiracy Adventure game Belief&Betrayal. The demo will introduce players to the main character, Jonathan Danter, a young tabloid journalist from New York City, who is thrust into a ten year old cold case murder investigation, which is somehow linked to a deep conspiracy reaching back to 1194 A.D. In the full version of the game, players will take on the role of two other characters: Katrin McKendal, a gutsy scholar of ancient languages, and Damien, a low-key computer expert. Belief&Betrayal is scheduled to hit store shelves across the United Kingdom, Scandinavia and Benelux territories on June 20, 2008. This point-and-click Adventure game on PC DVD-ROM is Windows® Vista™ compatible.

To download the demo, visit: www.lighthouse-interactive.com

To find out more about‘Belief&Betrayal’ and to keep up with the latest news on the game, visit www.beliefandbetrayal-game.com and www.lighthouse-interactive.com.

GAME SUMMARY

As journalist Jonathan Danter, you discover that a ten year old murder is somehow part of a greater mystery that could destroy humanity itself. Filled with baffling plot twists and conspiracy theories, you must uncover the mystery that reaches back through history from 1194 A.D. to the time Judas received 30 pieces of silver to betray Christ.

Travel to exotic locations throughout Europe including: London, Venice, Rome and the Vatican, to uncover skeletons hidden deep within the closets of some of the most powerful leaders around the World.

FEATURES

• Play as 3 different characters throughout the game to solve the mystery

• Find lost ancient manuscripts and decipher mind-boggling codes and symbols

• Explore stunning environments and incredibly re-created historic locations

• Strong action/adventure storyline creates a compelling gameplay experience

• Use the memories and thoughts of the intriguing cast of characters to solve puzzles and expose dark mysteries

• Game based on historical events though the story is pure fiction

• Easy to navigate 3rd person point&click interface using the Virtools® engine

MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

OS: Windows® 2000 / XP / Vista™

CPU: 1 GHz Intel® Pentium® processor or AMD® Athlon™ processor

RAM: 512 MB (1 GB recommended for Windows® Vista™)

Video: 64 MB DirectX® 9.0c compatible or better video card

PC CD-ROM: 4x (or PC DVD-ROM drive)

Sound: DirectX® 9.0c compatible sound card

Available Hard Disk Space: 2 GB

DirectX®: 9.0c

Other: Mouse, Keyboard and Speakers

About dtp entertainment AG

dtp entertainment AG is Germany’s second biggest independent game publisher. With more than 75 employees at its Hamburg headquarters, the company is market leader for adventure games and children’s software, publishing games for all interactive entertainment platforms worldwide.

www.dtp-ag.com

About Lighthouse Interactive

Lighthouse Interactive is a fast growing publisher of interactive entertainment with offices established in Toronto and Montreal, Canada, Haarlem, The Netherlands and London, England. The company is focused on bringing strong titles to the worldwide market in a wide array of genres including: RPG, Simulation, Adventure, Action and Strategy. Staffed with industry veterans, Lighthouse is the right choice for developers looking to bring their products to a worldwide audience.

www.lighthouse-interactive.com

Media Contacts

Lighthouse Interactive

Tamara Robeer

Email: pr@lighthouse-interactive.com

Tel: +31 23 540 9449


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