Iceberg Interactive releases exclusive teaser for Dark Fall: Lost Souls and announces Direct Download Launch

Haarlem, The Netherlands– 4 December 2009– Leading videogame publisher Iceberg Interactive today proudly reveals a new and exclusive Dark Fall: Lost Souls teaser trailer, to celebrate the global direct download launch of the game per today on various portals. The game is now available for digital purchase at GamersGate and Impulse. Boxed versions can still be pre-ordered at the Iceberg web shop. The boxed version will be shipped from the Iceberg web shop early next week with the UK retail release on December 11th.

About the Teaser:‘Have you seen this girl”

"The young girl disappeared on her 11th Birthday, after being expelled from school. The Head Mistress of Saint Swithin's School for Girls thought her a bad influence on the other girls, and she frightened her teachers with macabre drawings and an unhealthy interest in the dead! Amy then vanished, never to be seen again...until Bonfire Night, when The Inspector goes looking for her…"

About Lost Souls

The dead are waiting. They have stories to tell. Tales of darkness, loneliness and despair. Be careful you do not join them, as it could be an eternity until the next curious visitor opens that old, rotten door, to find you within. Ashes to ashes, dust to dust. What tale would you tell? Would you know how to explain what happened, that dark night when your curiosity got the better of you? Would you be able to speak its name... the ancient name... or would you simply warn the new arrival to beware... to beware the Dark Fall.

Features

• A brand new (and final) Dark Fall horror adventure.

• From the pen of Jonathan Boakes, author of The Lost Crown.

• Explore a derelict train station&hotel, abandoned since World War 2.

• A new game engine allows full exploration and movement.

• Physically interact with the eerie setting, to really‘feel’ the place.

• Use light as your weapon and ally, to fight the darkness.

• Use Detective skills to solve an urban mystery.

• A hauntingly creepy stereo score that will chill and terrify.

• Explore the memories of the dead, in their own‘nightmares’.

• Discover the true identity and power behind the Dark Fall itself.

About Darkling Room

Darkling Room joined with Jonathan Boakes in Spring 2005, to pursue many shared interests, and construct projects with a shared passion, and devotion. Firmly based on England's South West coast, Darkling Room are proud to support contributions from London, Europe, the U.S. and beyond. With such an eclectic mix of work, output and association, a definite base of operations is essential. Cornwall offers clear, free spaces, fresh air, crystal seas and acres of inspiration, 3 hours from London. Acclaimed games by Darkling Room are the eerie Dark Fall series and ghosthunting adventure The Lost Crown. Also visit: www.darklingroom.co.uk

About Iceberg Interactive

Iceberg Interactive is a brand new videogame publisher set to make a splash in the interactive entertainment industry. Staffed with industry veterans and with offices in key locations around the world, Iceberg Interactive is a new alternative for developers looking to bring their products to a worldwide audience. Iceberg Interactive’s portfolio of products includes titles for both the PC and console platforms, with a special focus on the casual gamer and specialty niche products. This is reflected in our line-up which includes simulators, tycoon, adventure, action and brain-training games.

When it comes to games… don’t just play… play it cool.

For more information about Dark Fall: Lost Souls and to keep up with the latest breaking news, visit www.iceberg-interactive.com.

Iceberg Interactive

Desiree van Rietschoten

pr@iceberg-interactive.com

Tel: (+31)23-5430960


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