TLK Games Releases Four Challenging Windows Games

by Thomas on Nov. 17, 2003 @ 1:34 a.m. PST

TLK Games has released 3D Buggy Tug, 3DRT Pinball, 3D Word-Slider, and D3D Chess, four exciting and challenging Windows games that use stunning 3D effects, music and dynamic game play to bring hours of enjoyment for all family members. All the games are Release 2, meaning that they're completely debugged and totally redesigned in 3D, with new decors and music.

On its site http://www.tlkgames/ the company offers immediate free download of fully playable shareware. A LIFE GUARANTEE FOR FURTHER UPDATES is formally granted to the purchasers of the complete registered games, which are very nicely priced on the US market at the same price as they are in Euros (this represents a 16% discount).

3D BUGGY TUG: This is a game to challenge your brain and your capacity of organizing things nicely. It may look simple at first sight, but will fascinate you by the variety of the situations presented to your cleverness. In fact, Buggy Tug is a GREAT puzzle even though one can, while playing and according to the rules, use some explosives when neurons begin to get hot under the effect of adrenaline. The game presents itself with 200 levels. You will like the agility of Buggy Tug's load pusher, and the grace of its graphics.

Price US $10.95
Platforms: Windows 98/Me/2000/XP

3DRT PINBALL: This great game looks and reacts like a real bar machine with fantastic ballistics effects and realistic sounds. Each of the four tables is a complete game with great graphic works, full sound effects, music and decor, and its own rules. It offers a challenge to all levels of players, but real connoisseurs will enjoy it most. The high-tech ballistics are faultless, real 3D Real Time. The table can be adjusted for best visual comfort and you even may shake the table to a tilt.

After a few minutes of games, you are immersed in the atmosphere of a Tin Pan Alley bar on a classy SPACE ATTACK PIN BALL MACHINE, fingers studded on the flipper commands, ready to fire to save the ball and reach a million BONUS. Minutes later, you will play more leisurely on the Western table on a background of grass roots music. If you like SOCCER but do not like the wet benches of the stadium, you will go for the FOOTBALL Association table of your computer, flippers turning into gold soccer shoes to beat the goal keeper, according to the 17 Cambridge rules. You can also look for nightmares playing on the table SWAMP OF TERROR under moonlight with classy light and transparency effects.

Price US $15.95
Platforms: Windows 98/Me/2000/XP

3D WORD SLIDER: A full 3D attractive and colorful word puzzles game in three languages: French, English and Spanish with 180 game levels, elements of strategy, and optional sound effects and music. An excellent graphic finesse with realistic rendering of shadows and reflections; adjustable screen resolution and adjustable letter details make this game easy to learn. It offers excellent visual comfort, and is really enjoyable.

Price US $9.95
Platforms: Windows 98/Me/2000/XP

D3D CHESS: Finely designed for the best comfort of playing and learning chess, this chess board should attract a large variety of players. Most beginners will enjoy the Save and Replay features, and the complete, well-illustrated documentation. A chess clock and an emulation of ELO levels give more expert players the opportunity to compete in a close to tournament atmosphere with the computer or with another human player. Many options are available to create a playful ambience. The chess board can be seen from various preset camera angles, and in three different graphic environments with or without sound effects and reflection of the pieces on the board.

Price US $14.99
Platforms: Windows 98/Me /2000/XP

Deer Hunter 2004, developed by Southlogic(TM) Studios, brings the true hunting experience to the PC through stunning graphics, incredibly realistic animal behaviors and a wide variety of weapons and equipment. Deer Hunter 2004 includes six hunting areas in diverse locales across North America. Players can hunt three different species of deer, Whitetail, Black-tail and Mule deer, in a variety of weather conditions and through different seasons. Deer Hunter 2004 also comes complete with an exciting online multiplayer component for expanded hunting expeditions for up to sixteen players via LAN or Internet.

"The Deer Hunter franchise created and defined the hunting category," said Nancy MacIntyre, vice president of marketing for Atari. "With the new Deer Hunter 2004 PC game, the franchise is once again breaking boundaries and taking virtual hunting to the next level."

Deer Hunter 2004 allows players to customize their hunter and choose from a variety of realistic weapons including rifles, shotguns and bows. Players can record their hunts and share them with their friends for the ultimate bragging rights. A downloadable map editor also allows players to design their own hunting areas and share these designs with other players online. In addition to the hunting gameplay, a Wildlife Observation Mode allows players to silently observe animals in their habitat and better understand their behavior.

Deer Hunter exploded onto the scene in 1997 and created a whole new gaming genre which continues to thrive today. Atari's PC Deer Hunter franchise has outpaced and outsold all other competitors over the course of the past five years with more than 3.4 million U.S. units sold to date, according to The NPD Group, Inc. With over 40% unit share, Atari's Deer Hunter franchise is the leader in PC hunting games(a).

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