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Detelamane: Legacy of Scars
TwinHamster
Game is in demo stage
Download: 937 KB Updated Fri Aug 31, 2007 6:02 am
Total Download count: 206
Number of reviews: 0
Average Grade: N/A
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Know 'Tis:
This zip file includes a version of game.exe that is purposely muted, or otherwise known as, silenced.
The music and sound effects are yet to reach their completed stage, and actually doing so may take quite a while.
Out of the boredom of a Lazy Saturday, and my want to share this with everyone, I present to you, Detelamane.


Legend of Detelamane

Long ago, it was believed that the Gods found the world and populated it with
life. However, they soon found that the planet quickly became too unpleasant to
stay on, so the Gods ascended to a higher world, leaving the planet with
nothing but a single tear: Detelamane, tear of Gods.

Legend has it that the tear grants the power of the Gods to the one who accepts
the burden to restore the world to its once glorious form.

To prevent the Detelamane from falling into malicious hands, the tear was sent
to another dimension, accessible only through a hidden gateway.

Unable to find the tear, Man lived on without any aid from the Gods.
The Detelamane, itself, eventually became nothing more than a legend to help
convince people that the Gods, at some point or another, did live on this planet.
And that they would return, once the Detelamane was activated.

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