Long awaited "The Abbey" went gold

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

October 16, 2008

hell-tech, the leading South Eastern Europe adventure-publisher, has announced that PC-based adventure“The Abbey” reached the gold stage. The game will be released by the ambitious Greek publisher on the 24th of October 2008, throughout Greece, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia, FYROM and Turkey.

The Abbey has been localised, by hell-techs own localisation-team, with the feature to enable also greek subtitles.

The game passed also an extensive bug-testing and fixing period:

”Our release of The Abbey, will be the most fine-tuned version off the game on the market as we made significant improvements to the gameplay.” said Christos Triantafyllou, Managing Director hell-tech.

ABOUT The Abbey:

The ambitious project takes adventure fans to the gloomy world of the Middle Ages. An old abbey is the scene of a series of mysterious murders, and only one man can put a stop to the slaughter. In the role of the Grand Inquisitor Leonardo and his assistant Bruno, the player's task is to shed light on the mystery.

In addition to a gripping storyline with many an unexpected twist, "The Abbey" will feature a wealth of technological and graphic innovations. A special highlight will be the innovative presentation of cinematic proportions and over 70 minutes of soundtrack recorded by the Prague Symphony Orchestra.

hell-tech will release“The Abbey” on the 24th of October 2008 in Greece, Slovenia, Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia, FYROM and Turkey.

The Abbey© 2008 Crimson Cow. Developed by Alcachofa Soft S.L.. All rights reserved. All other registered trademarks are the properties of their respective owners.


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