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The Shard 1.1

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  • Last Updated: Oct 23, 2008
  • License: Shareware $4.98
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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The Shard is a Home & Education software developed by Leithauser Research. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for The Shard:

BrothersoftEditor: Hawk Stone Priory, destroyed by King Henry's agent's centuries before, Now lay eerily silent in the morning mist. Only the skeletal remains of arches, windowless and vacant stood poking out through the long grass and shrubs. But what lay beneath the ruins?

While on a school trip to Hawk Stone Priory, teenager Joe McCarthy is unwillingly paired up with the new girl in his class, an obnoxious Goth who calls herself 'Dash.'

The pair stumbles across a fragment of medieval glass The Shard, from one of the priories stain glass windows. It turns out to be the Eye of a saint and they soon discover to their amazement and horror that they can see unearthly things including the truth behind the priory's bloody past, by simply looking through the old glass.

An accident in a shopping mall leaves Dash in a coma, but Joe discovers that she is balancing on the edge of death by the curse of Hawk Stone and only he has the power to save her. Where good versus evil, Joe battles to save Dash with the help of a 400 year old Monk and The Shard, fighting ancient evil monks and an army made of stone, their mysterious supernatural powers look set to destroy Joe and send Dash to the dark depths of Hell.

Together they all struggle to prevent Hells bells from ever ringing again, but at what cost?
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