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Ironcode Software (http://www.ironcode.com) today announced the release date of Pahelika: Secret Legends, a adventure-puzzle game for the PC. Set in a fantasy universe, Pahelika: Secret Legends will take the player on a quest to discover the truth hidden behind an ancient legend. Pahelika: Secret Legends will be available for the PC platform beginning April 30, 2009.

"The fans of adventure gaming will be treated to some innovative puzzles and good story telling", said Pallav Nawani, lead game designer at Ironcode Software. "Although the game features some original puzzles, it is the adventure that really counts, and that is where Pahelika: Secret Legends really shines".

Pahelika: Secret Legends will retail at a price of $19.99 and will be available for the PC, Windows.

More information about the game is available at
http://www.ironcode.com/pahelika.html
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