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Tame the Wild and Prosperity Awaits: Hinterland Now on Impulse

October 21, 2008

Tame the Wild and Prosperity Awaits: Hinterland Now on Impulse

From the developers of Children of the Nile, Caesar IV, and SimCity Societies comes Hinterland - a new type of role-playing strategy game from Tilted Mill. The Hinterland PC game is now available for $19.99 on Stardock’s digital download platform Impulse (www.impulsedriven.com).

The direct game page link is: https://store.stardock.com/application.aspx?id=hinterland&theme=impulse.

Your goal is to lead a handful of peasants to establish a small haven in the wild backcountry of a fantasy kingdom. Bring a diverse cast of followers to your settlement on the edge of the world and then carefully select members of your village to put down their ploughs, leave their comfortable homes, and take whatever weapon they may have at hand to join you on expeditions of exploration and conquest in the surrounding lands. There you’ll encounter the characters and creatures of myth and folklore, and find much needed resources to expand your village. Should your forays meet with success, fame, fortune and prosperity await. But you must take care, for even the loss of a lowly farmer can spell disaster when harvest time comes.

With gameplay featuring random fantasy worlds and customizable options, each game of Hinterland takes place in a new location for maximum replay with different resources, items and sets of enemies and challenges from orc war camps, dark elf raiding parties, goblin infested mines, ruined cities filled with undead, and more.

Minimum System Requirements:

  • Windows XP / Vista

  • 1.8 GHz Processor or Higher

  • 512 MB Available System Memory (1 GB for Windows Vista)

  • 350 MB Available Hard Drive Space

  • 64 MB DirectX 8.1 Compatible Video Card

For more information about Impulse or Hinterland, please visit www.impulsedriven.com or www.stardock.com.

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