hell-tech signs espionage-adventure Undercover: Operation Wintersun


September 27, 2007

hell-tech, a Greek publishing and distribution company, has announced that it has secured the distribution rights to PC-based, adventure“Undercover: Operation Wintersun” from dtp/Sproing. The game will be released by the ambitious publisher in September 2007 in Greece and South Africa.

Find out more about Undercover: Operation Wintersun on www.undercover-game.com

ABOUT Undercover:

In 1943, Hitler’s Germany is performing scientific research on nuclear fission intending to produce nuclear energy, as well as devastating nuclear weaponry… Slip into the role of Dr. John Russell, a renowned British nuclear physicist who is hired by Britain’s Secret Service MI6 to become an undercover agent. Your mission: prevent the Third Reich from building the World’s first nuclear bomb. Embark on a dangerous and enthralling adventure that will have you looking over your shoulder and questioning who you can trust. Explore the heart of historic war-torn locations including: London, Berlin and Stalingrad, as you work with other Allied operatives to serve your country, the Crown, and defend the World from destruction.


• Explore incredible vistas populated with ambient animations, dynamic weather effects, plus advanced lighting and shadows

• A variety of mini-games requiring quick wit and stealth adds depth to your gameplay experience

• Interact with plenty of characters integral to the elaborate character-driven plot

• Use your sharp observation skills to solve a multitude of challenging puzzles

• Highly realistic graphics combine with astonishing cinematics to create an immersive experience

• Mouse driven 3D real-time characters makes it simple to navigate

hell-tech will release“Undercover” in September 2007 in Greece and South Africa.

Undercover: Operation Wintersun are Trade and Service Marks of Sproing Interactive GmbH.

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