Can the Gobliiins find Riri for King Balderon?

Worms / Bracknell, 2nd April 2009

King Balderon VIII has always enjoyed a happy childhood. His father, King Balderon VII, was a wise and educated king who ruled the Goblinland in peace. Although King Balderon VIII never liked books, he loved light entertainment– he liked to play with little fluffy animals, loved a good joke and was keen on photography.

For many years the kingdom of Goblinland has lived in peace. Any problems and King Balderon VIII has always been able to count on his three Goblins. Unsurprisingly this calm period of governance has made him rather relaxed and probably not as alert as he should be, and so vulnerable to influence– especially by his grand steward Galantz who harbours the ambition to become king himself.

Riri, the orycterope, has disappeared and probably run away and it has something to do with Galantz and his evil ambitions. He’s very dear to King Balderon’s heart as he came to him as a tiny youngster and has always been a big part of his life. The king has become very depressed and is missing Riri….

The only hope for King Balderon VIII is the three clever Gobliiins. Will they find Riri? Find out on 24th April 2009!

Gobliiins 4 will be released on 24th April 2009 for a recommended retail price of£19.99.

Gobliiins 4 was developed by Société Pollene and is published by Kalypso Media and Snowberry Connection.

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.

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