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Excalibur Publishing Launches Star Wolves Website

Wednesday, 12th January 2005

Product: Star Wolves

Developer: X-Bow Software

Genre: 3-D Space RPG

Platform: PC CD-ROM

Release: February 2005

SRP: £29.99

UK PC games firm, Excalibur Publishing has launched its dedicated Star Wolves website. Featuring information about this fantastic 3-D Space RPG, screen shots and a high and medium resolution trailer in Windows WMV format, the site is available at . A one-level playable demo will be available from January 24th.

Developed by respected Russian developer, Xbow Software, Excalibur will be publishing Star Wolves in the UK, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Iceland.

Game features:

  • Spectacular 3D real-time battle system
  • Original blend of tactical and action game play
  • Variety of objects including stealth, scouting, hit-

and-run and assault missions

  • Non-linear storyline and gameplay
  • Secondary and secret quests long with primary missions
  • Over 25 space fighters
  • Over 40 missions
  • A choice of eight male and female game characters to form your team with
  • Original RPG system

UK Press Information Contact:

Richard Barclay

Richard Barclay PR & Marketing

Tel: 020 7386 7398


Note to editors:

About Excalibur Publishing

Set up in 2004, and a division of distributor Contact Sales Limited, Excalibur Publishing is the PC video game publishing arm of the group. Its aim is to bring good quality, original and innovative products to the PC games player.

About Contact Sales Limited

Established in 1997, Contact Sales is a UK-based distributor of computer game software and their associated peripherals. The company was voted 'Distributor of the Year 2003' by the National Association of Specialist Computer Retailers. It signed its first publishing agreement in 1998 and now handles product for Abacus, Aerosoft, Lago, Wilco, NBG Blue Sky, Halycom Media GmbH, The Heritage Collection and Whiptail Interactive.

About X-Bow Software

X-Bow Software was founded in 1998 as an independent developer of computer games. In 2002 the company obtained legal status and is currently working on its first big commercial title, Star Wolves. Based in Krasnodar, Russia, X-Bow Software consists of more than 20 professionals and is rapidly expanding. The company's aim is to make high quality games in different genres. X-Bow has a long-term relationship with 1C Company which is publishing Star Wolves in Russia.

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