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hatshepsut
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PostSubject: A Tale of Two Cities   A Tale of Two Cities EmptyThu Aug 26, 2010 2:29 am

Charles Dickens classic story of love and sacrifice in the French Revelotion comes alive in the latest Enter the Story game series by independent developer Chris Tolworthy. A Tale of Two Cities is the story Lucie Manette who must rescue her father, find her true love and rescue him. It's the story of Sidney Carton who has no family but desperatly wants a family. The story of love and sacrifice set in London and Paris in the late 1700's. Set in the fall of the Bastille and the Great Terror we encounter intense love, massive death, noble sacrifice, world changing revolution,eternal conflicts and spies. Everything that makes up a great adventure.

A Tale of Two Cities is now released and available for purchase on the website found Here

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PostSubject: Re: A Tale of Two Cities   A Tale of Two Cities EmptySun Aug 29, 2010 7:07 am

I keep meaning to check out the 'Enter the Story' games, but there's just been so much to play in my queue that I've neglected to check them out. The games do look interesting though, and the website is definitely linked to my favorites for when I do get a good opportunity to play one.
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PostSubject: Re: A Tale of Two Cities   A Tale of Two Cities EmptyTue Sep 07, 2010 12:26 am

Check them out lakerz. They're very 'big' and very good.

Also, Chris rarely mentions it, but all of his game projects are done with a greater charitable cause in mind. Read more regarding 'land rent' on his Enter the Story website.

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PostSubject: Re: A Tale of Two Cities   A Tale of Two Cities EmptyTue Sep 07, 2010 2:19 am

Okay Gelert, I'll make sure I check out his website. Thanks for the heads up...
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