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Munich, Germany – 29 th January 2013: UIG Entertainment, a leading German publisher, and Attic Entertainment have today announced that a legend in the Role Playing Genre is set to return with Realms of Arkania – Blade of Destiny arriving on PC in Q2 2013.

Developed by Austrian developer Crafty Games, Realms of Arkania – Blade of Destiny is a one-to-one remake of the 1992 original, adored by a generation of Role Players and one of the most successful German RPG’s of the 1990’s. Get ready to return to Thorwal, one of the oldest cities of Aventurien. Make sure your wits are sharpened before walking down the small alleys of Thorwal and Prem, and prepare to stop the Orcisch threat while creating a mighty alliance between nations.

Featuring a complete visual reimagining along with a comprehensive overhaul of every aspect of the gameplay, Realms of Arkania – Blade of Destiny is set to captivate a 21 st century audience of new and old fans alike.

About UIG Entertainment:

UIG was set up in 2005 by Managing Director Christoph Bayer and acts as an independent distributor and publisher in the international gaming market. Successful brands including the "Giant" brand, supported by high-quality developments and  a wide selection of “simulator titles“ as well as the “play indie“ brand are published and marketed throughout the worldwide market. The extensive product catalogue is completed by casual games the label “Red Rocks“.

UIG is always searching for new business opportunities and products for worldwide distribution on all platforms. For more information, visit www.uieg.de

About Attic Entertainment Software GmbH

Attic Entertainment Software GmbH was established in 1990 as a game developer and publisher, with a strong focus on RPG games. The RPG Games Blade of Destiny, Star Trail and Shadows over Riva have been released in 1992, 1994 and 1996 based on the RPG universe „Das Schwarze Auge“. Sales of the Realms of Arkania Trilogy total more than 3 million units.


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