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'Atlantis Underwater Tycoon' Dives Into Stores

by Rainier on March 27, 2003 @ 9:56 a.m. PST

Activision Value is inviting gamers to immerse themselves in the world of underwater exploration, offshore mining and colonization with the release of "Atlantis Underwater Tycoon" for the PC. In the game, strategy gamers and would-be futurists can test their skills at building an underwater empire. Whether choosing to be a ruthless oil tycoon, an adventurous treasure hunter, or an environmental marine biologist, gamers may shape their destiny while building the undersea paradise of their wildest dreams. "Atlantis Underwater Tycoon" is currently available at retail stores nationwide for a suggested retail price of $19.99.

"`Atlantis Underwater Tycoon' takes gamers on an adventure where they can create incredible cities on the ocean floor," said Patrick Kelly, Vice President of Studios, Activision Value Publishing. "The great part about this game is that it combines a cutting-edge 3-D experience with a concentration on personalization, fun, and humor."

"Atlantis Underwater Tycoon" allows gamers the opportunity to travel to dozens of breathtaking ocean worlds including the Caribbean, the Arctic Ocean, and volcanic trenches that are filled with sea life. "Atlantis Underwater Tycoon" also features more than 100 3-D buildings including Sea Turtle aquariums, whale sanctuaries, oil wells, movie theatres, shopping malls, prisons, nuclear testing facilities, undersea communities, and much more. With over 1500 permutations for how the game may play out, "Atlantis Underwater Tycoon" provides hours of entertaining game play.

System requirements for "Atlantis Underwater Tycoon" include Windows 95, 98, ME, XP, Pentium 400 MHz processor, 32 MB RAM, Direct X8 compatible graphics card with 8 MB of memory, and sound card.

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