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Abyss Lights: Frozen Systems

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Action
Developer: Abyss Lights Studio

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'Abyss Lights: Frozen Systems' - Alpha Demo Available NOW

by Rainier on April 8, 2006 @ 2:08 p.m. PDT

Abyss Lights: Frozen Systems is a space-based fly 'n' shoot-style 3D game with a first-person view mode in style of the legendary old titles FreeSpace and Wing Commander. Its stirring storyline is combined with spectacular graphics, supported by unique spaceship designs and movie-like special effects.

Get the Abyss Lights: Frozen Systems Alpha Demo off WP (96mb)

Abyss Lights: Frozen Systems is a space battle simulator with a first-person view mode in style of the legendary old titles FreeSpace and Wing Commander. Its stirring storyline is combined with spectacular graphics, supported by unique spaceship designs and movie-like special effects. You play a fighter's pilot of Aspirogues (organic-silicon race), which is involved in interstellar conflict of epic proportions with the malicious and ruthless Shaarks. Enemy hordes occupy star systems step by step, one planet after another exterminating or enslaving whole races. Your major task is to expel the enemy and to help get freedom to other star systems of the Abyss Lights Universe on the way.

Abyss Lights: Frozen Systems is the first-born game that gives a start to a new series of the different genre games based on the common theme -- Abyss Lights Universe. This Universe will turn your mind to the wide expanses of our Galaxy millions of years before the Human Race. You will plunge into an incredibly brilliant and impressive Reality deprived of numerous stereotypes, standards and rules we are used to, which is presented from the point of view of an alien's mind.


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