Daedalic release demo for the enchanting adventure game
Hamburg, Germany – 28 th February 2013: Award-winning German publisher Daedalic Entertainment today release the first chapter of the critically acclaimed adventure Memoria as a free demo.
The demo allows players to dive into the captivating world of The Dark Eye and begin the enchanting adventure of Memoria. Discover the forgotten legend of Sadja, the warrior princess who disappeared mysteriously without a trace as well as the adventure of Geron, the young bird catcher battling to save his cursed beloved. Their two tales become forever intertwined as Geron must solve Sadja’s mystery to rescue his true love from the shackles of the fatal curse.
Set against rich hand-drawn environments, players will explore the fantasy world of Aventuria through Memoria’s bewitching storylines and exciting puzzles in this fairy-tale styled adventure.
The free demo is available now to download via Steam:
Or can be directly downloaded from:
Memoria is now available from digital download portals for £16.99.
For more information on Memoria, please contact:
Johnny Atom Productions
T: +44 (0)203 176 0139
M: +44 (0)7971 073914
About Daedalic Entertainment
From its Hamburg offices Daedalic Entertainment develops and publishes high-quality computer- and videogames to a global market. The company’s focus lies in producing excellent entertainment-software with a strong narrative characteristic. With titles such as Chaos on Deponia, Harveys New Eyes and Chains of Satinav, Daedalic was able to set new standards in adventure-gaming and was awarded with 21 German Developer Awards (“Studio of the Year 2009, 2013”, among others), five German Computer Game Awards and a European Games Award. As a publisher, Daedalic brings unusual and extraordinary titles such as Torchlight II, Botanicula and Tales of Monkey Island to the German market. The foray into the turn-based RPG-genre is a first for the company, covering new grounds for Daedalic.
About The Dark Eye
Released in 1984, The Dark Eye has been Europe's most successful Pen & Paper RPG system and has been the basis of number of videogame adaptations. The Dark Eye is licensed under Chromatrix GmbH.
The Dark Eye is a trademark of Significant Fantasy Media Rights GbR.