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Data-Fly

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[[ORiGO GAMES LTD]][[Category:ORiGO GAMES LTD]]
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Data-Fly is an upcoming video game Sci-Fi adventure stealth game currently being developed by ORiGO GAMES LTD for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.[1]

The player controls a nanotech, artificially intelligent lifeform known as FLY, who has the task of rescuing her creator Azadeh from a military base. The game will let players take either a stealth-based approach or a more action-oriented approach.

More recently, ORiGO GAMES released a teaser picture showcasing a reptile on a rock,[2] listing many numbers below. Each number represented a letter in the alphabet, resulting in the lines:

In nature things are not always as they seem.
To survive one must live, adapt and evolve.
Data-fly.

I am watching.

We are watching.

To live is to survive.
To survive is to learn.
To learn is to adapt.
Nature knows no bounds.
In nature curiosity reigns.
World exclusive trailer at GDC.
Take everything you know and leave it behind.

PSU.com has revealed the first trailer for Data-Fly.[3]

Additionally, Origo games revealed the first in game screenshots of Data Fly on PSU.com.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Data-Fly Tech Info". http://www.gamespot.com/xbox360/adventure/datafly/index.html. Retrieved 2009-09-07. 
  2. Gaming, Origo (2009-03-11). Teaser Picture Data-Fly. Retrieved on 2009-03-11
  3. Blattberg, Eric (2009-04-03). ORiGO GAMES reveals first trailer for Data-Fly. Retrieved on 2009-04-03

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