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Campobasso, Italy - April 17th, 2009

EDITEL snc is pleased to announce the immediate availability of BOH, a brand-new game for AmigaOS 4 and Windows.

BOH is a game of exploration and action. You move in claustrophobic and dangerous battlefields searching for the Evil Masters. This no easy task not only because of the traps-packed corridors and mind-blowing puzzles, but also because of the countless enemies that the Evil Masters throw at you more and more until you discover them - at that point, you will be attacked directly by the Evil Masters themselves, the toughest of all. Although your quests are made slightly less hard by the bonuses and power-ups scattered all around the battlefield, carrying out the missions demands lots of concentration and quick reflexes.

The game features:
  • immediate & addictive gameplay;
  • immersive & thrilling action;
  • 25 challenging missions divided into 5 levels of difficulty;
  • multi-phase missions;
  • battlefields of any size and shape (also spread over multiple floors);
  • AI-driven enemies;
  • hand-pixelled 2D graphics;
  • real-time lighting;
  • atmospheric audio;
  • full expandibility (themes, missions, languages);
  • English, French, German, Italian and Spanish translations.

BOH comes on a CD-ROM (containing both the AmigaOS and the Windows versions) in a plastic DVD box along with a 24 pages, full-color printed manual (English only), at the bargain price of EUR 12.50 (VAT excluded).
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