ANN: Rune Rescue

Discussion in 'Feedback Requests' started by Hidden Sanctum, Sep 17, 2006.

  1. Hidden Sanctum

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    Greetings all!

    I've just released my first title, Rune Rescue.

    The thieves are on the loose and traveling around the globe stealing rune stones and only YOU can stop them in this fast paced stone matching game. With unique rune stones from nine exotic locations around the world being loaded on to their truck, will you be fast enough to stop the thieves before they get away? With over 120 levels, player customizations, 129 rune stone designs, and lots of adrenaline, will you become the ultimate Rune Rescuer?

    You can download the 60 minute trial here:
    http://www.hiddensanctum.com/RuneRescue/RuneRescue.html

    Screenshots:
    http://www.hiddensanctum.com/RuneRescue/RRMenu.jpg
    http://www.hiddensanctum.com/RuneRescue/RRMap.jpg
    http://www.hiddensanctum.com/RuneRescue/RRQuest1.jpg
    http://www.hiddensanctum.com/RuneRescue/RRQuest5.jpg
    http://www.hiddensanctum.com/RuneRescue/RRLevelUp.jpg
    http://www.hiddensanctum.com/RuneRescue/RRArcade1.jpg

    Enjoy!
     
  2. whisperstorm

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    Great first game! Looks like you have thought about how to create the graphics in a casual-friendly way. BTW the navigation links on your site dont work in Firefox - all go to 404's.
     
  3. Hidden Sanctum

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    Thanks Whisper. Much appreciated!

    The Firefox errors...the buttons on the top? I better fix those. I never liked them anyway, but have been more focused on getting this game done. Time to put on my webmaster hat and take care of that. :)
     

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