A Tale of Two Cities (PC) from Enter The Story Auditioning for people to star in the game

Enter The Story needs photos of ordinary people to star in the next game:

Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities. Anyone can send in their photo.

A Tale of Two Cities is the first adventure game to be based on the most popular novel of all time: 200 million copies of the novel are in print!

(source: Broadway.com, see Wikipedia) Major characters still to be assigned include:

Male:

    <*>Sydney Carton– alcoholic lawyer who becomes the hero of the book <*>Charles Darnay– French nobleman with a pure heart <*>The Marquis St. Evrémonde– The cruel uncle of Charles Darnay. <*>Jerry Cruncher– messenger for the Bank; secret body-snatcher <*>John Barsad– a spy for both Britain and France.

Female:

    <*>Lucie Manette– beautiful, young, loved by Carton, Darnay, etc. <*>The Vengeance– revolutionary, a sinister, shadowy assassin and many more.

No purchase necessary. Anyone who sends in a photo and passes the simple rules (mainly to ensure they own the photo and agree to its use) is guaranteed to be part of the game. Some will be major characters, others will be in crowd scenes. The developer's decision is final.

Full details, examples, and where to send photos:

http://enterthestory.com/auditions.html

Closing date: March 7th

Game release date: Spring 2010 (Other design elements are already in place: the game currently has place-holders where character faces should be.)

Main site:

http://enterthestory.com

High resolution game art:

http://enterthestory.com/art.html

banners, box shots, etc:

http://enterthestory.com/banners.html

Contact:

Chris Tolworthy

chris@enterthestory.com


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