Updated Land of Legends Demo Now Available!

Updated Land of Legends Demo Now Available!

New Demo Now On Par With Retail Version!

Hampstead, NC, 18 October 2005 — Recently the
real wizards of the (Pacific) coast, Tiny Hero Game Studios, released an update
to their turn-based fantasy strategy title, Land of Legends, bringing the retail
game up to version 1.10. More than the usual bug solution patch (kill’em all and
let Tron sort’em out), the version 1.10 update also added several new features
that users have requested, including the wonderful ability to save a scenario in
progress. Now Tiny Hero Game Studios summons up the update for the Land of
Legends demo.

The Land of Legends demo has now been brought up
to that of the version 1.10 retail code, meaning that in the demo you can now…

  • …save your progress mid-mission. Now, when
    those pesky process servers bother you during your game, you can save your
    mission and come back to it after you’ve chased them off with your chainsaw.
  • …enjoy new keyboard shortcuts. Let’s be
    honest, your keyboard gets pretty lonely during most games. Oh sure, WASD
    might get a lot of action from you, but when was the last time you used an
    ampersand in a game? Okay, you still won’t, but at least you can use some
    brand new hotkeys during Land of Legends, instead of always clicking the
  • …witness new game animation, such as the
    bloodcurdling new death animation. Bear witness as a slain unit fades away,
    its soul dragged into the netherworld, as a leering skull and crossbones marks
    its end. Spooky!
  •  …see the monk go from 8 hit points in
    the original version, to 7 hit points in the 1.10 release. Tiny Hero says it’s
    for game balance issues, but maybe they’re just anti- monk, having had one too
    many quivering palms hurled unto them.

The newly revised demo also includes two new
campaign missions (the first two human scenarios), in addition to what was
already included in this jam-packed demo, such as:

  • Can play as the humans or the elves. The full
    version features a total of eight races, each one with its own strategy and
    unique abilities.
  • Three multiplayer maps, the full version
    includes twelve maps.
  • Six missions straight out of the full retail
    campaign game (originally included four, now with the two additional human
    campaign scenarios).
  • Multiple modes of action: hotseat, skirmish,
    and campaign. The full version allows free Internet play through an integrated
    game lobby.

If you have yet to try the Land of Legends demo
there is definitely no better time! So go ahead and head on over to link, enjoy
the no-queue download, and in a few short minutes (depending on your download
speed, natch) prepare yourself for a taste of what is destined to become another
turn-based classic in the annals of gaming. You can find the download at:


And when you’ve ready to dive into the real deal,
head on over to the Gamers Front (
www.gamersfront.com )
and order a copy of Land of Legends for Windows. Only $34.95, and shipping is
free when you choose Priority Mail!

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