Prime Games and Daedalic extend cooperation with casual game "20,000 Leagues under the Sea"

For Immediate Release

Stuttgart/Germany: February 5, 2010. Prime Games continues its investment into the casual games market with the production of a new title by one of Germany’s most renowned development studios. The new hidden-object game“20,000 Leagues under the Sea” lets players dive into the phantastical world of Jules Verne, where they will experience an unforgettable adventure in the depths of the Seven Seas. The title is being developed by Daedalic Entertainment, the studio recently named“Studio of the Year 2009” at the German Game Developer Awards.

Scientist Pierre Arronax is taken prisoner together with his loyal servant Conseil and harpooner Ned Land onboard the Nautilus, the submarine commanded by legendary Captain Nemo. As new members of his crew, they take part in a fabulous, yet perilous, voyage across the oceans round the globe.

En route, the player explores scenes from the novel designed in great detail, searching for hidden artefacts and key objects. A convenient help function and lots of mini-games provide uncomplicated and ever-changing hidden-object fun.

Suspense-filled dives to underwater forests and coral reefs awair, as players must fight off the dangers that lie in wait on the ocean floor.

In the Pacific, the crew fights against sharks and giant squid, at the South Pole the whole ship is in danger of being crushed by masses of Antarctic ice. Will Arronax and his companions ever manage to leave the ship alive again and ultimately reveal the secret held by the mysterious Captain Nemo?

“20,000 Leagues under the Sea” will be available soon for PC and Mac.

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