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Tulga Announces Dark World Online

Posted Mon, May 08, 2006 by Awenyddion

Thought my last bit of news was surprising? Well this will blow you away.

Tulga Games Announces Modern Horror MMORPG – Dark World Online

MESA, Arizona - May 8, 2006 - Tulga Games, LLC, developers of the award-winning Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (MMORPG), Horizons: Empire of Istaria, today announced the development of Dark World Online, a new modern-horror MMORPG. In Dark World Online, players choose between playing one of the three fantasy factions fighting for control in a modern-world setting.

In development by Tulga Games, LLC, Dark World Online is an MMORPG set in a stylized modern urban environment inhabited by three rival factions, all fighting for control of the world. In the game, players can take on the personas of Humans, Vampires or Werewolves, each replete with special skills and abilities, and biases towards the other factions. Each faction also features customized weaponry, appearances, tools and dwellings to immerse the player in the fantasy world. Featuring support for both Player-vs.-Player (PvP) and Player-vs.-Environment (PvE) gameplay, Dark World Online will offer an outstanding gameplay experience for all types of gamers. For more information regarding Dark World Online, please visit www.DarkWorldOnline.com.

Did anyone see this coming? I think it's pretty exciting. I can't wait to see what Dave Bowman can do with a game that's his right from the start. Be sure to check out Ethec's coverage of our Tulga visit.

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