November 4, 2008 in Gaming (E)
[prMac.com] Paris, France - Coladia today released Secret of the Lost Cavern, its prehistoric adventure game for Mac OS X. Secret of the Lost Cavern plunges the player into an inspiring adventure that takes place during the Paleolithic period in prehistoric time, 15,000 years B.C. Delve into a world of exploration and intrigue as you embark on a Stone Age quest filled with puzzles and mystery. Use your wits and powers of observation to survive the vast wilderness as your journey leads you to one of mankind's forgotten wonders.
Experience your adventure through the eyes of Arok and meet many fascinating characters. Contend with the wild world where fishing, hunting, gathering, and mysterious shaman ceremonies are all part of the struggle for survival as you follow the path of your mentor and work with him to recreate the paintings of the renowned Lascaux Cave.
Also featured is an integrated encyclopedia filled with historically accurate data on the Paleolithic period, and the Lascaux Cave is represented in 3D for the 1st time in a video game. Pristine photo-realistic graphics and environments including rivers, troglodyte caves, and green valleys, will take players back to the dawn of human existence.
Secret of the Lost Cavern is available in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish languages.
Pricing and Availability :
Secret of the Lost Cavern is released as an Universal application and runs on Mac computers sporting Intel or PowerPC G5 processors. The game costs $39.90 (USD) and can be purchased from Coladia's webstore and selected partners.
A free demo of Secret of the Lost Cavern is available for download. Since its release one month ago, over 30,000 copies of the demo version have been downloaded. Custom screenshots and review copies are available by contacting support.
Based in Paris, France, Coladia was founded in 2005 by a team of experienced Mac developpers. Coladia focuses exclusively on producing and publishing software for iPhone & Macintosh computers such as the renowned investment management utility "Personal Trader". With style and usability as its prevailing design guidelines, Coladia fully embraces the high expectations of Macintosh users. In 2008, Coladia teamed up with Kheops Studio to release a Macintosh edition of their prehistoric game "Secret of the Lost Cavern". Kheops Studio is a leading adventure game development company and has already released more than 10 games including Destination Treasure Island, Cleopatra and Dracula 3.