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Daedalic Entertainment publishes apocalyptic 3D adventure game Journey of a Roach

Hamburg, July 30th, 2013ndash; Cockroaches do survive everything, even a nuclear war: This is what the story and gameplay of Daedalic Entertainmentrsquo;s upcoming 3D adventure game Journey of a Roach are about.


Journey of a Roach, developed by the Swiss team of Koboldgames, in co-operation with Daedalic Entertainment, takes players to a sarcastic, post-apocalyptic world: Roach Jim and his sidekick Bud are out and about to find their way from a deserted vault to the Earthrsquo;s surface. Players steer them through classic pointclick adventure game puzzles. Certain challenges can be overcome by using the roachrsquo;s natural attributes. Being roaches, Jim and Bud have the ability to crawl up walls and on ceilings, as well as on items.nbsp;

Players use the third-insect-perspective to guide Jim and Bud through the 3D comic world. There will be no written or spoken dialogue in Journey of a Roach as the insect use their very own, easily understandable signal language.

Koboldgames and Daedalic Entertainment have scheduled Journey of a Roach for release in November 2013, for PC and Mac.

About Daedalic Entertainment

Daedalic Entertainment is a Hamburg-based indie-studio, developing and publishing high-quality games worldwide, which focus on projects with strong narratives. Over the last few years, Daedalic has collected 17 German Game Developer Awards (incl.ldquo;Studio of the Year 2009rdquo;), five German Computer Game Awards (incl.ldquo;Best Game 2011rdquo;), and more.




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