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Voices Of Pakistani Mountains is 2D massive multiplayer online role-playing game based on VbGore open source engine' The game is currenty under progress and so is VbGore engine' Relase date of first beta is planned to be near next Christmas, however it can be months before or after that' We have designed allready main points of the storyline and trust me its unique and interesting' It is scintific horrorstory about our near future' There will be lot of things which you already expected like skills stats and collecting things' But we try to stand out from others by good story which is in view also ingame' So it will be not like most of mmorpg where the game itself and storyline have thin connection or no connection at all' There will be lot of interesting tasks and hidden places' So I can promise that we will give our best' And what’s most important it will be FREE! MORE INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND AT WEBPAGES: www'voipgame'tk
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