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AGON: Lost Sword Of Toledo– The playable demo!

Worms/Leicester, 14th February 2008

Today, Kalypso Media Group is pleased to release the playable demo of the adventure game“AGON: The Lost Sword of Toledo”.

Professor Samuel Hunt finds himself in the middle of another adventure in the latest episode of the Agon series. This time set in the peaceful and picturesque Spanish city of Toledo the British Professor will have to uncover many secrets that have been taken to the grave if he is to unravel the mystery and discover the location of the historical sword.

A mysterious music box, an iron door in the church that has not been opened for a hundred years, an unfinished painting, some strange letters and of course the fourth manuscript from the John Gillam Codex are found. But will the Lost Sword of Toledo be found?

The demo includes some hours of full gameplay and can be downloaded from:


“AGON: The Lost Sword Of Toledo“ will be published by Kalypso Media Ltd in the UK on 22nd February 2008.


Jonathan Hales

Managing Director

Kalypso Media UK Ltd

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Ruth Fraser&Bec Sands

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About Kalypso Media

Kalypso Media UK Ltd, with headquarters in Leicester, is a dedicated publisher and distributor of full price, mid-range and budget computer games in the UK, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Far East and Australasia. Originally founded in Germany in 2006 by industry veterans, Kalypso Media opened its UK office in August 2007. The fledgling publisher has a number of carefully selected PC titles across the lifestyle, strategy and action genres in its lineup, including Theatre of War, Star Assault, Campus and Winter Challenge 2008.

About Private Moon Studios

Private Moon Studios is a small but professional multimedia development studio in Hungary, whose members are realizing with AGON their long cherished dream. The team, consisting mainly of devoted adventure gamers, decided to tell a fourteen-episode saga in an interactive way, in which the story is woven around board games of a mystic origin and a mysterious codex. Private Moon, which has gained an excellent reputation in Hungary in the past ten years published the first episode of AGON in September 2003, the initial steps of which we could takeas Professor Samuel Hunt among the walls of the British Museum in London a hundred years ago. The London scenes were followed by adventures in Lapland and Madagascar in the 1st CD instalment of the game, The Mysterious Codex. The story of the professor continues in the soon to be released Lost Sword of Toledo.

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