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Submitted by wita 499d ago | interview

German publisher Daedalic taps into the international power of adventure games

GamesBeat writes, "Hamburg, Germany-based Daedalic Entertainment is going international with its popular adventure games, but its move around the world also means good news for the genre and other developers. The publisher/developer of titles like Harvey’s New Eyes and The Whispered World wants to show the potential for adventure games to succeed in foreign digital markets and enable smaller studios to bring their titles to a global audience." (Chaos on Deponia, Daedalic Entertainment, Dev, Edna and Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes, Harvey's New Eyes, Industry, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, PC, PS3, The Night of the Rabbit, The Whispered World, Xbox 360)

NagaSotuva  +   499d ago
Is that guy reading the Bible at the beach?

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