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 Seven13: Cycle of Existence, Promo for the upcoming title from BDS
Christopher Ashe
Posted: Feb 19 2006, 04:46 PM


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Seven13: the Cycle of Existence is in the final stages of production and coming to print soon from Broken Doll Studios (formerly Pangea Games for those of you who might remember).

The Cycle of Existence is a role-playing game of modern horror, fantasy, and survival based on the Seven13 generic game engine. It spans from the rural country areas of society into vast city-scapes, bringing the tones and visceral style of King, Lovecraft and other classic horror writers into the backyard of wherever you may roam.

The descriptions of possibilites could go on for pages, so it's best to check out the info for yourself on our website at http://www.brokendollstudios.com. Chapter One of the book in its entirety is available for download for a limited time.
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