Good Old Games Rings in the New Year with Broken Sword

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Closing out 2008, (, the digital distribution platform with DRM-free classic games, announced another new deal with Revolution Software. After releasing two of Revolution Software’s classic point-and-click freebies just a week ago “Beneath a Steel Sky” and “Lure of the Temptress”, will soon expand its games catalogue with the additions of Broken Sword 2: The Smoking Mirror and Broken Sword 3: The Sleeping Dragon

The Broken Sword series introduces gamers to the adventures of George Stobbart and Nicole Collard, pushing players through gripping plots based on history and mythology. Broken Sword 2: The Smoking Mirror uses an upgraded version of the renowned Virtual Theatre game engine developed by Revolution Software, and Broken Sword 3: The Sleeping Dragon is based on a 3D graphics engine using a direct control mechanism. Both games will be available at the incredibly low price of $5.99 – DRM-free and fully compatible with Windows XP and Windows Vista. 
The Broken Sword series is another great addition to our ever growing games catalogue. The games offer beautiful graphics and, most of all, great stories that will keep you glued to your computer for hours,” said Adam Oldakowski, Managing Director of “We’re very happy to welcome Revolution Software to our site. We’re grateful they agreed to add their freeware games to our catalogue – which have done very well – and I believe that the Broken Sword series will be as popular on as the two free games.” 
Broken Sword 2: The Smoking Mirror is now available at with the release of Broken Sword 3: The Sleeping Dragon planned in the near future. This announcement puts an official end to “ fever month.” has stated that they will have more surprises coming for old gaming fanatics.
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