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The Adventure Company's 2004 E3 LineUp

by Rainier on April 28, 2004 @ 1:00 p.m. PDT

The Adventure Company today announced its line-up for the 2004 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). The company will showcase four beautiful and challenging new Windows games (Aura: Fate of the Ages, Missing, Dark Fall: Lights Out and Atlantis Evolution) on the show floor and expects to announce a new title at the show. Read more for details on each title...

“The Adventure Company has created another exciting E3 Line-up,” said Richard Wah Kan, CEO of The Adventure Company. “We’ve got a great blend of classic style and innovative concepts that will offer something for everyone.”

The highlights for The Adventure Company are Aura: Fate of the Ages, Lights Out, Atlantis Evolution and Missing. A complete listing with game descriptions follows:

E3 2004 Product Line-up

Aura: Fate of the Ages

Developed by: Streko-Graphics
Release Date: Summer 2004

With an incredible storyline and magnificent graphics, Aura: Fate of the Ages embodies all of what an adventure game should be. AuraGame.com, acts as your portal to the beautiful art, sounds and story surrounding what is sure to be an instant adventure classic.

An ancient legend promises great strength, power and immortality to the one who combines the sacred artifacts of the ages with four magical rings. Players embark on a journey across four worlds in search of these hidden artifacts, unlocking new mystifying worlds as the journey unfolds.

Dark Fall: Lights Out

Developed By: XXv Productions
Release Date: Summer 2004

Dark Fall: Lights Out follows the story of Parker, a young cartographer sent to work in the Cornish harbor town of Trewarthen. Falling rocks have claimed the lives of many of the town’s fishermen, and Parker is sent to map the area, only to encounter great hostility from the townspeople. When the faithful light of Fetch Rock Lighthouse suddenly goes out, Parker discovers the Lighthouse hides an ancient and chilling secret...

The sequel to Dark Fall: The Journal, the title offers more than 50 realistic pre-rendered locations to explore in an unnerving ghost story weaved with multiple subplots. Players will encounter a virtual cast of characters and observe and interact with spectral beings in this adventure thriller.

Atlantis Evolution

Developed By Atlantis Interactive Entertainment
Release Date: Summer 2004

This highly-anticipated adventure game is the first episode of a new Atlantis series that features a range of engaging and challenging puzzles to solve, across five fascinating destinations, each with its own culture and mysteries.

The story is set in 1904, where our hero, Curtis Hewitt, is on his way back to New York. A young adventurer and photographer, Curtis gets himself caught in a vortex that sends him to the heart of the lost city of Atlantis…A stranger in a land of hi-tech and archaic faith, Curtis must help the people of Atlantis survive by overthrowing the mighty ‘Atlantian’ Gods.

Missing

Developed By: Lexis Numérique
Release Date: Summer 2004

Journalist, Jack Lorski, and his companion disappear while investigating a string of gruesome murders. Soon after their disappearance, Jack’s agency receives a disturbing CD-ROM containing footage he captured during his investigation. More than just a CD, this disc is in-fact the beginning of a terrifying game with a maniacal killer known only as “The Phoenix.”

Missing offers an innovative blend of Windows® gameplay and the internet to immerse players in this elaborate game of cat and mouse. Players will receive actual email from virtual characters and The Phoenix himself offering important clues. Players will also visit a wealth of real websites and fictitious sites created solely for the game to obtain valuable information vital to solving the case.

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