Montreal, Canada. April 27th, 2007. Watch the new â€œCall for Heroes: Pompolic Warsâ€ trailer and be the first to get a taste of the exciting new game which is coming out soon. Published by Strategy First Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Silverstar Holdings, Ltd. (Nasdaq: SSTR), and developed by Quotix Software, â€œCall for Heroes: Pompolic Warsâ€ is due to be released in North America June 19th, 2007.
The short trailer can be found at: http://www.strategyfirst.ca/downloads/movies/CFHpompolic_trailer3.wmv
About Call for Heroes: Pompolic Wars
Call for Heroes: Pompolic Wars is a third-person action game with RPG elements. The game places players in a fantasy medieval world, where a dimensional portal to the Outer Worlds has opened, and an enemy from the darkness has encroached the world. Led by a demon named Pompolic, the armies of demonic hordes have taken over most of the planet. With mysterious origins, Pompolicâ€™s malevolent spiritual being possesses supernatural powers. His desire is to possess the people and turn them into minions of his dark army, as he wields his power through his servants, the Dark Souls.
Â· 2 unique characters to choose from
Â· Each character has unique weapons, items and special abilities
Â· Character gains experience which will help him to upgrade his strength, armor and health
Â· 15 special abilities per character
Â· Fantasy/medieval type world divided into 15 levels
Â· 18 different types of monsters and 3 bosses at the end
â€œCall for Heroes: Pompolic Warsâ€ is due in stores across North America in June 19th, 2007 at the suggested price of $19.99. Call for Heroes: Pompolic Wars is rated T for Teen by ESRB.
For more information on â€œCall for Heroes: Pompolic Warsâ€ please visit: http://www.strategyfirst.com/en/games/CFHPompolicWars/
About Quotix Software
Quotix Software is a game development company located in Serbia focusing on developing action/RPG style games for the PC platform. It is a small but growing company working with external contributors who provide additional resources in art, music and other areas.
About Strategy First Inc
Strategy First Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Silverstar Holdings (Nasdaq: SSTR), is a leading developer and worldwide publisher of entertainment software for the PC. Founded in 1990, the Company is well known for its proprietary groundbreaking titles, such as the award winning Disciples, Jagged Alliance and Space Empires series of games, which are under continuing development. Simultaneously, Strategy First continues to publish many of the industryâ€™s major titles, winning numerous awards for games such as â€œHearts of Ironâ€, and â€œGalactic Civilizations.â€ Recent offerings include top releases such as â€œS.C.S. â€“ Dangerous Watersâ„¢â€ and â€œSpace Empires V,â€ and â€œMaking History: The Calm and The Storm.â€ The Company provides a unique alternative for independent developers seeking to market their games to a worldwide audience. www.strategyfirst.com
About Silverstar Holdings
Silverstar Holdings Ltd. is a publicly traded company (NASDAQ: SSTR), focusing on acquiring controlling positions in high-growth retail-driven and fee-based electronic game businesses that stand to benefit from the economies of scale generated by the Internet and other technology-related platforms. It currently owns Empire Interactive PLC and Strategy First Inc. as well as a stake in Magnolia Broadband. Empire Interactive PLC is a leading developer and publisher of interactive entertainment software games such as Starsky & Hutch, Big Mutha Truckers, Ford Racing and FlatOut. Empireâ€™s products are delivered on both console and PC platforms. Strategy First Inc. is a leading developer and worldwide publisher of entertainment software for the PC. Magnolia Broadband is a fabless semiconductor company and innovator of radio frequency (RF) solutions for the cellular industry.
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