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Armageddon Empires 1.06 Update Released

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Athens Ohio, USA -- November 12, 2007 -- Indie game developer Cryptic Comet announced today that their post-apocalyptic turn based strategy game Armageddon Empires has been updated to version 1.06. The update can be obtained at their website www.crypticcomet.com. Several new game play enhancements have been added including new user interface (UI) improvements to speed up game play and to improve the player's situational awareness.

Armageddon Empires takes the best elements of collectable card games (don't worry there are no cards to chase you get them all), board games, and computer games and brings them all together to provide a unique strategy war game experience. Choose a normal size map and battle in a death match with a single AI opponent finishing within an hour or select a huge map and slug it out with the other 3 factions in a game of epic proportions.

Update, Demo and Full Game Available at www.crypticcomet.com

Cryptic Comet is an independent game company dedicated to correcting the proposition that there simply aren't enough good computer turn based strategy games being made anymore. Nerds, geeks and crusty war gamers are being asked to strategize in both 3-D and real time and the experience is often unpleasant. Cryptic Comet aims to create stimulating and entertaining turn based strategy games using many of the mechanics on which both board and collectible card games draw. If you are comfortable with bits, die and flat playing boards then you will have no problems picking up our games.

Contact Info

Victor J Davis

President and Owner

Cryptic Comet Inc.

vjdavis@crypticcomet.com

www.crypticcomet.com

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