Codeminion One Step Closer to a Dream Come True with the Launch of Pteroglider

Codeminion launches innovative avatar of space shooter genre, titled Pteroglider in hope of gathering knowledge and resources to resume an abandoned cRPG project.

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(PRWEB) May 16, 2004

Codeminion Development Studios, an up-start game developer and publisher from Poland, recently launched its first product - an innovative reincarnation of the classic space shooter genre, titled Pteroglider.

Pteroglider seems to prove that the shareware game market is the greatest bastion of innovation when it comes to electronic entertainment. Featuring fancy mouse targeting, handy profile system, never ending game-play with randomized stages on unlimited levels and a whole lot of quality gaming content, Pteroglider is capable of satisfying even the most demanding and action-hungry players. This game is simply a must-have for anyone who’s into space shooters or action packed games.

To learn more about Pteroglider, visit its official homepage at: http://www.pteroglider.codeminion.com

Get the free demo version of Pteroglider here: http://pteroglider.codeminion.com/files/Pteroglider_Demo_Setup.exe

The full version of Pteroglider can be purchased in a limited offer for $14.95 here: http://www.pteroglider.codeminion.com/buy.php

Codeminion, formed in the 2001 by two amateur game developers, started as a team devoted to creating Spellscape - a visionary cRPG game that never got finished. Although the project achieved only the status of a playable technology demo, it gathered a lot of attention from publishers and gamers from around the world. With the help of Pteroglider, Codeminion hopes to get closer to gaining the required knowledge and resources to resurrect and complete the dream they once had – Spellscape.

For more information about the Spellscape project, visit: http://www.spellscape.codeminion.com

“Pteroglider is a very small game in comparison to Spellscape, but we have learned a lot during its development and hope to learn even more during its promotion” – says Konrad Olesiewicz, one of the two students behind the project.


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