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RTS launched worldwide today.

Berlin, December 2nd 2009. TGC – The Games Company announces the worldwide release of the real-time strategy game Sacraboar for PC today. The retail version impresses with a wide range of exclusive bonus content such as brand new missions and the great game soundtrack.

With all your tactical abilities and a huge fantasy army in Sacraboar you hunt for trophies in the ground-breaking “Capture-the-Pig” mode and steal the valuable objects from your rival’s camp. Thanks to an intuitive resource management system you don’t waste any time with tedious construction phases or complicated base setup. Instead you can directly round up your troops and bring together a powerful force enabling you to overcome your opponent as early on in the game as possible. The integration of role playing elements also allows specific updates of your units with special abilities like mighty spells.

The all in all over 90 exciting missions and enthralling league- and cup-competitions in the multiplayer mode build the framework for that rapid as well as addictive strategy game which is planned to be released in the first quarter of 2010.

About TGC – The Games Company Worldwide GmbH

TGC – The Games Company is an internationally focused publisher of computer and video games, situated in Berlin, Germany. TGC has its own in-house development studio, realizing any kind of interactive entertainment software from high-quality full-price games to commissioned productions for all next-generation game consoles and PC. Since its foundation in 2006, TGC – The Games Company has been publishing licensed products as well as commissioned and proprietary productions, mainly in the full-price segment. An ambitious team with long-time experience in the games industry, an innovative corporate concept, and a strong network of global partners are TGC’s great advantages. For more information, please see

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