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Veil Of Darkness (French Ver)
This is a short demo of Veil of Darkness, an isometric horror adventure game developed by Event Horizon Software and published by Strategic Simulations Inc in 1993. In this game, you are a cargo pilot whose plane has been shot down by a mysterious force while flying over a remote valley in Romania. Rescued by a village girl and her father, you've been told that your crash marked you as the chosen one who is prophesized to destroy Kairn, the local vampire lord.
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