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Musical preview: Belief & Betrayal main theme

dtp/ANACONDA press release for July 4, 2006 Hamburg, Germany: July 4, 2006 - To get you in the mood for the upcoming adventure hit Belief & Betrayal, the adventure game gurus from ANACONDA today released a musical preview of the stunning game. On offer is a snippet from the main theme to the beautiful thriller that revolves around a sinister church conspiracy. Stylistically in tune with the game, the designers have implemented passages from Franciscan monk Thomas of Celano's (~ 1190-1260) requiem: Confutatis Confutatis maledictis, flammis acribus addictis, voca me cum benedictis. Oro supplex et acclinis, cor contritum quasi cinis, gere curam mei finis. This mix of clerical chorals and mystical ambient music is a perfect fit for the game's intriguing story: Belief & Betrayal is set in the present, but its story reaches back all the way to the beginnings of Christianity. Secret orders, forbidden scriptures and ancient secrets - Belief & Betrayal tackles themes that are popular both in adventure games as well as current popular fiction. In Belief & Betrayal, players take over the role of Jonathan Danter, as he is drawn into a church conspiracy that reaches back through the centuries all the way to the day Judas received 30 pieces of silver for betraying Jesus. His quest takes him from New York to London, Oxford, Venice and naturally, Rome. Belief & Betrayal is being developed by Artematica and will be released worldwide by ANACONDA in the 4th quarter 2006.

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