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Valhalla - Fairytale of the Gods

by Thomas on July 15, 2002 @ 10:17 a.m. PDT

Valhalla - Fairytale of the Gods is an interactive point-and-click adventure game where the player takes upon the role of a fallen Viking who arrives at Valhalla only to discover that everything is chaos! The famous gods in Valhalla have lost their valuable possessions: Thor has lost his hammer and his belt of strength. Odin has lost is valuable spear and all the other gods are missing their invaluable items too! Unless you have the courage, strength and wits to retrieve the lost items, the horrible creatures of darkness will attack Valhalla, and the beauty of Asgard will perish! You decide the destiny of Valhalla. Full story below including a ingame shot!

Valhalla - Fairytale of the Gods features more than 50 exiting locations to explore. In addition to this, you will meet all the famous gods known from the Norse mythology such as Odin, Thor, Freja, Frej, Heimdal, Balder and many more. The game also features a number of lesser-known characters and numerous creatures of darkness to face. Valhalla - Fairytale of the Gods is true to the mythology and has been supported by more than a dozen museums throughout the Nordic region. The game is ideal to anyone who wishes to learn about Norse mythology, and the fascinating gods and creatures within.

Valhalla - Fairytale of the Gods is currently seeking an International publisher, who is interested in obtaining the worldwide exclusive publication rights in return for financing the remaining development of the English and Nordic versions. The game is scheduled for release this Christmas.

T-Na Development is a small and dedicated development team based in Denmark. The company is currently focused on completing Valhalla, and having it localised into major languages such as English, French, German, and of course the Nordic languages. Initially, Valhalla - Fairytale of the Gods will be targeted at the PC platform with later plans for porting the game to other platforms such as Game Boy Advance, PlayStation and GameCube.

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