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Excalibur: Morgana's Revenge 3.0 released

updated 10:05 am EDT, Wed May 23, 2007

Morgana's Revenge 3.0

ExcaliburWorld Software has released Excalibur: Morgana's Revenge 3.0, a unique scenario that uses the Aleph One game engine to offer vast improvement over previous versions of the first-person action adventure game. The game boasts an epic and in-depth story line, with players taking the role as a Federation Marine resting after a previous mission aboard the exploration class Starship Kronos. "You are re-acquainted with the A.I. Merlin, who introduces you to Kronos time traveling technology, and reveals your new mission: to save mankind from the clutches of Morgana and her minions." Excalibur: Morgana's Revenge 3.0 is available for free as open source software, requiring Mac OS X 10.3 or later.

The game offers 42 solo levels alongside 27 network levels, and the update brings new maps with high resolution textures and landscapes. The latest release also includes a new set of weapons, fresh monsters as well as friends, new scenary, and 16-bit sounds with original music centered around an original story line that transcends time.

"Through untamed raptor-infested jungles, castle arenas, and war-torn streets of the future, you will wield weapons from all time periods - including the Sword of Power, Excalibur - in an effort to thwart the diabolical plot that unfolds."




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