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BotKiller 2 available completely free

Published: 8th Oct 2001, 03:37:10 | Permalink | Printable

Get your copy of Artex's classic platform puzzler before they change their minds

In a press release sent to drobe.co.uk, Jan Klose of Artex, the RISC OS games company that should be releasing the awesome looking TEK1608 Real-Soon-Now, announced that BotKiller 2 can now be downloaded from the Artex website for free. They've also thrown a level editor in as well for good measure.

As Jan explains, "While you are waiting for the game TEK, you might be happy to hear that Artex Software have released the puzzle platform game BotKiller 2 as freeware!"

Chris Williams

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This is great news and thanx go to Artex for this. Hope that their other commercial efforts will benefit them and the RISC OS market in general - it certainly needs a new influx of good software ... especially games!

 is a RISC OS User on 9/10/01 9:49AM
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Thanks Artex!

TEK 1608 should be on everyone's Christmas shopping list! It's OK to open some presents early isn't it...

 is a RISC OS User on 11/10/01 8:13PM
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