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Kalypso release the cover shot and further artwork material for their PC adventure game Ceville!

Worms / Bracknell, 28th November 2008

Kalypso Media have today published the cover shot&further artwork for their point&click PC adventure game Ceville. The artwork released today includes details of the evil tyrant Ceville's torture chamber together with numerous instruments of torture including a jukebox and a chainsaw. Also revealed is the notorious stretching rack, so loved by all tyrants. In artwork showing the castle kitchen you can see frogs, fishes and a pig which look like they are nervously waiting for a supper at which they maybe one of the courses rather than participants!

Also released for the first time are details of numerous characters from Ceville including the two guards Klunk and Smiley; two characters who could not be more different and who are commonly known as the the lisping Demon and the Black Knight. Also introduced are a range of common farming folk from Ceville's kingdom.

Ceville will be released in UK on February 2009 at a recommended retail price of?29.99.

About Kalypso Media

Specialising in the publishing of interactive media– primarily computer games - Kalypso Media was founded in summer 2006 by industry veterans Simon Hellwig and Stefan Marcinek. A year later, the sister company Kalypso Media UK Ltd. was opened in England and is now led by Andrew Johnson and Charlie Barrett, two experienced members of the Kalypso Media Group management team.

For further Information contact

Ruth Fraser/Keiron Fraser/JJ Penney

Chaloner Associates Ltd

Tel +44 (0) 1954 270599

Mob +44 (0) 771 517 1788

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