Bracknell, 6th March 2009
Kalypso Media released GRAND AGES: ROME in the UK for a recommended retail price of 29,99 pounds today. GRAND AGES: ROME is the sequel to the highly successful strategy game“Imperium Romanum”.
GRAND AGES: ROME features:
• The ability to generate your own character! Experience gained from completed quests is persistent in future quests
• Campaigns that feature up to 20 maps
• A completely revised battle system
• A new and improved economic cycle
• A new and improved graphic engine
• A multiplayer mode
• Ships and islands
• Lifelike towns&villages in which inhabitants celebrate, get married, brawl etc
• Graphical representations of natural disasters such as earthquakes, fires, plagues will be expressed graphically
• And much more
GRAND AGES: ROME is available now for a recommended retail price of£29.99. For further information please visit our website: www.grandages.com
Haemimont Games are the developers of Grand Ages: Rome. Kalypso Media's international partners include Viva Media LLC, publisher of Grand Ages Rome in North America.
About Kalypso Media
Specialising in the publishing of interactive media– primarily computer games - Kalypso Media was founded in summer 2006 by industry veterans Simon Hellwig and Stefan Marcinek. A year later, the sister company Kalypso Media UK Ltd. was opened in England and is now led by Andrew Johnson and Charlie Barrett, two experienced members of the Kalypso Media Group management team.
About Haemimont Games
Haemimont Games is an independent games development team brought together by a common passion: to thrill, engage and provoke gamers worldwide. Since 1997, the studio has developed eight original titles with numerous add-ons. It is currently working on "Grand Ages: Rome" and "Tropico 3" among others. More information on the company can be found by visiting www.haemimontgames.com.
For further Information contact
Ruth Fraser/Keiron Fraser/Sally Robinson/Martyn Abbott
Chaloner Associates (Cambridge) Ltd
Tel +44 (0) 1954 270599 or 270598
Mob +44 (0) 771 517 1788