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Assassin's Creed HD
Game Description:The direct prequel of the console title Assassin's Creed. Features (may vary by handset): * Perform stunningly powerful combos and slay your victims with silent kills. * Run, jump, climb to discover the 23 levels of a fully 3D-rendered medieval world. * Explore in time of day or night 4 cities of Middle East: Damascus, Jerusalem, Masyaf, and Acre. * Perform pickpocket maneuvers to carefully steal precious items from the crowd and make informants speak. * 6 weapons for both close combat and long-range attacks: Swords, dagger, grappling hook and bombs. * Collecting orbs will upgrade Altair's health and weapons.
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