Hamburg/Germany, March 20th, 2008– Sunny Blonde stops over for a quick visit: The cute heroine of Steve Ince’s and dtp entertainment’s new PC adventure game So Blonde invites adventure gamers to have a look into the free demo version of the game. Publisher dtp entertainment today releases a German language version of the demo, an English language version will follow shortly.
The approx. 400 MB sized demo features the beginning of the new adventure game: See Sunny stranding at the Forgotten Island and meet Max, one of the three playable characters of the game.
Sunny Blonde didn’t exactly want to land in the Bermudas; in fact the gorgeous 17 year-old was on a luxury cruise with her parents to celebrate their silver wedding anniversary. But a raging storm plunged the ship into distress at sea, Sunny went overboard and she regained consciousness washed up on the beach like driftwood!
Much more problematic than her unintended stay on a totally unknown island, which she has no idea how she can ever leave, the horrible realisation dawns on Sunny that she will suddenly have to do without out all the luxuries of life: her mobile has no signal, her make-up is a mess and it looks like the nearest shopping mall is miles away… on foot! And if that wasn’t enough, unfortunate circumstances have thrown Sunny back some one hundred years in time and she has ended up in a golden era of pirates and buccaneers!
Sunny Blonde is also in a really tricky situation and we are calling upon the PC gaming community to solve it in So Blonde! The person responsible for the novel plot is none other than the famous adventure author, Steve Ince (“Baphomets Curse”).
So Blonde, developed by the French developers Wizarbox, promises a wacky story line, an (anti-)heroine as pretty as a picture, deeply black humour, which far outstrips all the blonde joke clichés, fabulous comic-strip graphics and a quite few gameplay surprises!
dtp will publish So Blonde worldwide. So Blonde has shortly been released in German-speaking territories and will be published in Q2 2008 in most territories over the world.