Season's Greetings from The Whispered World

For Immediate Release

Hamburg/Germany: December 12, 2008. German games publisher and developer Daedalic Entertainment delivers holiday greetings from Sadwick and Spot, the heroes of upcoming point&click adventure game The Whispered World, with the release of a snow-filled wallpaper. The topical desktop background can be found in various resolutions on the official website at www.the-whispered-world.com.

Daedalic Entertainment wants to wish gamers all around the world happy holidays and all the best for the upcoming year!

The beautiful adventure game The Whispered World whisks the player away to a fascinating fantasy world. Sadwick is a young clown but often far from cheerful. One night, a strange blue creature speaks to him in a dream, and sends him on an adventurous journey. Many dangers await Sadwick, for the world he knows is doomed to crumble and fall…

The fantasy adventure game is set for release (PC DVD-ROM) in Q1 2009 and is also in development for Nintendo DS.

http://www.the-whispered-world.com

About Daedalic Entertainment

Daedalic Entertainment develops and publishes high-quality computer and video games worldwide. Focus is the production of entertainment software with strong narratives. The company based in Hamburg, Germany offers international partners services in the fields of development, publishing and consulting. With its talented internal team and an expansive network of experienced service providers, Daedalic is the ideal partner for games marketing, development and publishing.

http://www.daedalic.de


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