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Black Prophecy
Game Description:In the 26th century, mankind has expanded across the galaxy, yet only a few of its colonies are actually controlled by Humans. The true rulers are the cybernetically enhanced Tyi and the biogenitically perfected Genides. Their striving for total control of all human species drives them into the territory of an alien race that does not tolerate other cosmic civilizations: the Restorers. To survive this war and uncover the motives of the alien's destructive behavior, you are forced to join one of the two dominant human races. Their search for the origin of the Restorers becomes a race for survival for all three human species. Created in close cooperation with science fiction writer Michael Marrak, the online universe of Black Prophecy lets players jump into countless missions and massive cinematic space battles, to save and sculpt the future of mankind.
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