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GOG.com points at, clicks the deals button on Telltale, Daedalic adventure games

GOG.com is offering 16 adventure games or bundles on sale, with discounts up to 85 percent off until Tuesday, January 14. Each PC or Mac game in the sale is published by either Daedalic Entertainment or Telltale Games, including games in the Sam and Max series, Deponia series and Tales of Monkey Is...

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Silence: The Whispered World 2 arriving in late 2014 on PC and Mac

Silence: The Whispered World 2 will arrive in late 2014, Daedalic Entertainment announced today. The German developer will bring the sequel to its 2010 adventure game, The Whispered World, to both PC and Mac. As indicated by the title, players return to the dream-like world of Silence in the gam...

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Aliens kidnap an adorable creature's dog in point-and-clicker Gomo

The name alone sets the tone: Gomo. It's an adorable, cartoon-style point-and-click adventure with creepy overtones and a sweet story about a creature and his dog, Dingo, who's been captured by aliens. Gomo comes out on December 6 for PC for £7, published by Daedalic Entertainment and dev...

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Humble Weekly: Daedalic's Deponia, Edna and Harvey, The Dark Eye

German developer and publisher Daedalic is a giant in the adventure game genre, but this week eight of its games are going for a tiny price in the Humble Weekly Sale. Get Edna and Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes, A New Beginning: Final Cut, The Whispered World, The Chronicles of Shakespeare: Romeo an...

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Wave Goodbye to Deponia in this new trailer

Goodbye Deponia marks the end of the Deponia adventure game trilogy in the most appropriate way possible: By pitting likeable characters (and occasional sassy clones) against the apocalypse, in a world where the only silver lining happens to be free access to waterslides....

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Night of the Rabbit mixes Alice with The Doctor, now on Steam

Daedalic Entertainment once told us its fantasy adventure game, The Night of the Rabbit, was a mix of Alice in Wonderland and Doctor Who – a combination that seemed almost too good to be true. Turns out it's entirely true, and the game is now available on Steam for $20, for both PC and Ma...

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