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'The Chronicles of Ny' Revealed - Screens

by Rainier on Oct. 22, 2003 @ 3:51 p.m. PDT

ClownKeep today announced the development of The Chronicles of Ny. This unique, multi-part, role-playing game will be released for the PC. An evil returns from the past, bound by a hatred that the grave could not kill. A dark shadow is falling on the frontier province of Racorr. Enter a land forged in the crossroad of many cultures and uncover the threat that binds them all. Can you uncover and defeat a sinister conspiracy that preys on weakness and despair? Welcome to Racorr, the easternmost frontier province of the Great Kingdom of Ny. Read more for details and some screens ...

A young, idealistic Duke has been given control of a province where strife and suffering vie with brutality and fear. Bandits and cutthroats stalk the roads and highways while restless barbarians prowl the borders. A people cry out for justice while death cults roam freely. A nobility out of touch with it’s people and unaware of a growing danger and a lone hero that must face them all.

The adventure begins with a journey north. You must gather together other heroes to join your quest. Discover the state of this land and help fend off the dangers that threaten them. Some that you meet are destined to become lifelong friends, but can everyone be trusted in this land of chaos and intrigue…

Chapter One: Ny: Gatherings


  • Full 3D world with stunning landscapes.
  • Powerful spells and magical weapons.
  • Customizable characters.
  • Multiple character races and a character development system that is skill based not class based.
  • Grand plot themes, multiple endings, and dozens of mini-adventure opportunities.
  • Hidden areas, items, and characters.
  • Spectacular graphics with pixel and vertex shader effects.

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