1C heads to the Convention

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European publisher 1C Company  is showing off its wares at the Leipzig GC.  7 new titles are expected to appear at the show, including a Vietnam helicopter sim, a WWII spy adventure, a new FPS called You Are Empty, and a fantasy RPG. 

Leading Eastern and Central European publisher

1C Company unveiled today the 7 titles to be shown at the Games Convention (GC) in

August, 2006. The lineup spans multiple genres including a first-person shooter, realtime

strategy, third-person stealth action and role-playing games.

1C’s titles include: Whirlwind of Vietnam, a helicopter flight simulator from the producers

of IL-2 Sturmovik; Battle Lord (a brand new game from the developers of Space Rangers

and Space Rangers 2), a fantasy adventure RPG with turn-based battles; Death to Spies

a third-person stealth-action title pitting one covert agent in real-life missions from WWII;

You Are Empty, a tense first-person shooter with a fascinating storyline and unusual

setting; and Theatre of War, the most accurate WWII strategy game ever created with

graphics and physics to match. 1C has a multitude of other new and original titles that

will be coming out in 2006 - 2007 not mentioned above. Information on these titles will

be available during any meeting upon request.

CENEGA PUBLISHING will be presenting two of its forthcoming titles at GC: El Matador,

a third-person action game, which puts the player in the role of a special DEA agent

fighting narcomafia in South America; and UFO: Afterlight, a sequel to the successful

UFO: Afterlight and UFO: Aftershock, which puts a new coat and features to the proven

combination of global strategy and small-scale tactics, this time on Mars.

1C Company and CENEGA PUBLISHING will be located at booth E70 in Hall 2 at the

Games Convention Business Center. To make an appointment to see any titles please

contact Anatoly Subbotin at the following number +7 903 610 8806 or Martin Stehlik at

+420 724 334 089.

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