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Schanz will be bewitched at GC

Schanz International Consultants adds another bewitching title - WITCHES - on 360, PS3 and PC in partnership with developer Revistronics of Spain to their portfolio:

Press Note | Deidesheim, 07 August 2007

Project WITCHES (Provisional Title) available w/w is a third-person action adventure game developed by Spanish developer, REVISTRONIC.

In WITCHES players find themselves in terrifying dark surroundings in an epic struggle for survival in order to take freedom and peace to an oppressed medieval kingdom.

Across a landscape of devastation, players manage a squad of Witches, sultry warriors that still resist the dark will of the Evil Lord and his horde of awful creatures and lead the rebellion against his satanic power. Above all, it is a game where teamwork is vital: all modelling, levels and scenes are designed to promote cooperative play.

Gerhard Schanz of Schanz International Consultants says that " we have been following the progress of the WITCHES title and the progress of the engine at Revistronic and are very glad to renew our partnership for a title that is beginning to look bewitching!"

Daniel Parente, Managing Director of Revistronic says that "Witches is a very ambitious project and we all trust this new collaboration with Schanz International Consultants will make it a great success."

Witches will be showing at the SIC meeting room at the Game Convention in Leipzig.

For more on Witches: http://www.revistronic.com/web-corp/card-witches/index.htm

For more on SIC: www.schanzgames.com

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