Amiworx is still working hard on their new upcoming RPG game ‘Heroes of Gorluth’. Heroes of Gorluth, is a new RPG action game built in the same universe as Tales of Gorluth and comes with amazing graphics and sound effects and has been made with Backbone game creator. Heroes of Gorluth comes with interesting NPC interaction, boss battles and lots of action. The game will work on any Commodore Amiga equipped with a 68020 and 2MB of Ram and will be delivered on CD in German and English. You can already preorder the game for € 14.99 on the
website of the developer. The game will be released during winter 2018.
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