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'Halcyon Sun' Announced - Features

by Rainier on March 8, 2002 @ 5:17 p.m. PST

Developed by Kuju Entertainment developers of Microsoft Railroad Sim, Halcyon Sun is a highly exciting and deeply involving episodic space combat game. It includes 12 episodes that will draw you into a compellingly rich and diverse universe, fascinating you with the colourful characters as well as thrilling and terrifying you in the interactive mission segments.
The dramatic action centres on the struggle of the Carolan Alliance to rid themselves of the menace posed by the Nolledah Revolutionary Republic. They are supported in their efforts bu their allies, the Eridani – although the intense rivalry between the two nations’ pilots sometimes threatens the alliance!

Your role is to play the part of ace Carolan space pilot, Dru Avery, in a series of exciting missions. Dru Avery, together with his squad of highly trained fighter pilots, use the mighty space-ship – Halcyon Sun – as the base from which they launch their daring raids.

There are twenty-four different combat episodes with multiple missions where you are thrown into the middle of the action. Your skills as a fighter pilot will be tested to their limits as you seek to protect the Carolan fleet and destroy your Nolledah enemies.

Key Features

  • Over three hours of dramatic narrative link the space missions.
  • Superb graphics and sound effects intensify the experience.
  • Twenty-four action packed combat adventures to test your skills.
  • Weaponry includes rockets, cannons, and heat-seeking missiles.

Halcyon Sun (c) is published under exclusive license in the United Kingdom from KUJU Entertainment by Brightstar Entertainment Ltd. The Brightstar Entertainment logo is a registered trade mark, all other trademarks are the properties of the respective owners.

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