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Tattooed monks and missing paintings: New Memento Mori trailer available

Hamburg, December 19th, 2008– Tattooed monks, missing paintings and two people forced to shed light on the case: This is Memento Mori, a point and click adventure game by dtp entertainment.

A new trailer of Memento Mori is available now on www.mementomori-game.com. The video shows both ingame footage and cut scenes from the upcoming mystery thriller adventure game, which boasts no less than eight different endings. The video provides a glimpse of Memento Mori’s thrilling atmosphere and entirely three-dimensional graphics.

The alarm system in the famous Saint Petersburg Hermitage museum was sabotaged during the latest coup. The perpetrator then exchanged a priceless painting with a copy. Police Captain Sergej Vasilievic Ostankovic puts Larisa“Lara” Ivanova Svetlova, an expert in art thefts, on the case undercover. At the same time, he has the means to force the ex-art counterfeiter Maxime“Max” Durand to help out. Together Max and Lara have to track down the culprits. Their investigations take them on an exciting journey across Europe. But they have yet to realise which powers they are really facing.

Memento Mori will be available in many European territories during the first quarter of 2009.

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