The Retro Room Games, an independent game developer launched the Kickstarter campaign to Elland: the crystal Wars, a first-person shooter game never before released for Game Boy Advance. The game originally used IP Dune and was known as Dune: ornithopterous assault. It was supposed to be released in the early 2000s. Now the game is getting a physical version that includes the cartridge, box, and instruction booklet.
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Dune: ornithopterous assault was originally developed by Soft Brigade in 2001. In the summer of 2002, the game was canceled. The game was finished (all missions are achievable) before it was submitted to Nintendo. Due to the financial difficulties of the publisher Cryo Interactive, the game has been suspended. In Dune: ornithopterous assault, players talk about the role of an ornithopterous pilot and combat specialist trained by Gurney Alleck, the most effective and honored officer in the House of the Atreids. Players must surpass all of their flying skills in all-out war for the Spice to survive the fall of the House of Atreides and aid Paul and the Fremen in their fight for Arrakis.
The new version, Elland: The Crystal Wars, will have slightly new characters and dialogue to make it different from the original Dune IP. In Elland: The Crystal Wars, Players must defeat the aggressive Trafford, who has grabbed the resources of a desert world and used them for evil purposes. The game takes on adventurous missions to defeat Trafford. Players can throw high damage bombs, long range missiles, and unlimited ammo from Grays Cannon to defeat the enemy.
From now on, the Kickstarter raised $ 6,297 of his goal of $ 7,563. There are 58 days left.