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Sharon, MA, May 5th, 2009 – Tri Synergy, Inc. (www.trisynergy.com) and WRF Studios (www.lasthalfofdarkness.com) are pleased to announce that Tri Synergy will be bringing Last Half of Darkness: Tomb of Zojir to retailers across North America!

The darkness continues amidst the treasures from the gypsy's lair, as a mysterious book is found in the tiny town of Shadowcrest. Perhaps the book should never have been opened. A book with pages that chart the passage to the Isle of the Dead...

Shrouded among fog and lore, legends of the Island speak of the strange ghosts that live there and the creatures of the dead hiding in the shadows; feeding on sailors foolish enough to beach upon the dark shores. Although stories of great treasure surround the island, it is also rumored that the isle holds the origin for a great darkness inside an ancient temple built centuries ago.

Once again your experience in the dark arts and science may be useful to uncover the true origin of the last half of darkness.

• Easy Point & Click Interface
• High Resolution Full Screen Graphics
• Haunting CD-Quality Sound-track
• Bizarre and Creepy Puzzles
• Mysterious and Terrifying Story-line
• Over 20-30 Hours of Horrifying Game-play

Last Half of Darkness: Tomb of Zojir will be available at retailers nationwide Summer 2009. Also be sure to check out the cinematic trailer on YouTube.

Get more information on Last Half of Darkness: Tomb of Zojir from Tri Synergy’s product page.

ESRB Rating is T for Teen with Alcohol and Tobacco Reference, Blood, and Mild Violence.
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