Cascata Releases 3D Action Game: Master Thief
Cascata today announced the launch of Master Thief, a new Palm OS game. Master Thief is the first totally original 3D game created for the Palm OS platform, and was produced in conjunction with MobileWizardry using a modified version of their advanced 3D Deity Engine. The game will run in either grayscale or color on Palm OS® 3.3+ and 4.x. A modified version will be subsequently released for OS 5 XSCALE devices.
Set in the shadowy corporate world of industrial espionage, you play a master thief known only as 'Nebula' for hire to the highest bidder. Players must penetrate the toughest security, work through hidden rooms, use different weapons and outwit a host of 'intelligent' opponents to complete each mission and steal their prize. They will also find a series of "mini-puzzles" they must use to crack the secret codes that open doors & disable traps.
Master Thief represents a major breakthrough in atmospheric environment & animation design from an independent innovations company. The game uses photo-realistic imagery to provide advanced detailing of visual stimuli, including both graphics created freehand and digitally re-mastered photography for added realism in places. Each Mission Pack available for purchase is uniquely created around the storyline, and contains over 100 different location-specific elements and characters.
Aaron Ardiri, CEO of MobileWizardry, commented:
"Master Thief 3D provides the perfect bridge in the migration of Palm OS devices from classic organizers into complex multi-media capable units. The game is innovative, and, the puzzle based environment brings a familiar game genre into the third dimension.
Our working relationship with Cascata has been nothing but inspiring. As new features are implemented, Cascata were quick to pick up on them and make some game play around them. The 3D engine has been specifically customize to suit the puzzle based environment. We are proud of our Deity3D engine, as we know it pushing the limits of the Palm OS platform to its outer reaches.”
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