Save the World with Cthulhu

The Rise of Cthulhu
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As far as I know, it’s pronounced ker-too-loo or maybe ke-thoo-loo or somewhere in between, but that’s besides the point. Zeboyd Games of Breath of Death VII: The Beginning fame have announced the release of Cthulhu Saves the World on Xbox Live Indie Games.

“Our previous RPG, Breath of Death VII: The Beginning, has been very successful with over 40,000 copies sold, a LTD trial to purchase conversion rate of over 66.6%, and high user ratings (4.5/5 stars on the US marketplace),” says Zeboyd Games founder, Robert Boyd. “With big improvements in every area, we expect Cthulhu Saves the World will become an even bigger success.”


Features:

  • An epic 6-10 hour journey of redemption, romance, and insanity!
  • Classic 16-bit turn-based RPG style combined with the best of modern game design!
  • 720p! Parallax scrolling! Backgrounds! Comic book style cutscenes!
  • A unique insanity system lets you inflict insanity on your opponents for fun and profit!
  • More accessible than ever before! 3 difficulty levels (Easy, Normal, Hard)! Save wherever you like! Collect 1-Ups to retry failed battles!
  • Over 20 awesome songs!
  • 7 playable characters! Over 20 multi-character unite techniques!
  • 3 bonus game modes for increased replay value!
  • All of the great features players know and love from Breath of Death
  • VII: The Beginning have returned – fast-paced gameplay, combo system, random encounter limits, branching LV-Ups, and more!

It’s been available since Thursday, December 30th for just 240 MS Points, so if you’re an RPG fan, check it out and get more info from www.indiegames-uprising.com.

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