Developed and originally distributed by Techland under the name Chrome Spec Force, the touch-enabled game will let Falcon users feel realistic weapon recoil, vehicle control, and other game interactions as part of a future world Special Forces team deployed deep inside enemy territory.
"Talon Special Ops is a fun, fast-paced action title that is exciting to play with the Falcon," said Tom Anderson, Novint's CEO. "We continue to have great success with our 3D touch licensing strategy and Talon continues to build the library of great games available for the Falcon."
Available for download at www.novint.com, and from N VeNT, Falcon owners' interface to touch-enabled games, information, software updates, unique content, and community, Talon Special Ops is $29.99.
The Novint Falcon is the only consumer controller that lets players feel game actions, objects, environments and force feedback in enabled titles. It is available nationwide at Tiger Direct, J&R Music World, Fry's Electronics, CompUSA, GoGamer.com, Amazon.com, CircuitCity.com, CompUSA.com, and Novint.com with a $189.00 MSRP.
A complete list of available games may be viewed at the official website.