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Post-Apocalyptic Horror Rogue-like Skyhill Hits Twitch

Skyhill is a survival horror rogue-like game developed by Daedalic and Mandragora, and has previously been covered by IGM in a news article detailing its release in...

Silence Reigns Supreme in Whispered World 2

Shh, did you hear that? Daedalic Entertainment has announced The Whispered World 2, the visually stunning follow-up to predecessor The Whispered World. This time...

Daedalic Entertainment To Publish Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today

Daedalic Entertainment is set to publish the bleak dystopian indie adventure game Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today by Fictiorama Studios. Successfully funded on...

Award-Winning Author Joins Daedalic Team

IGM has previously reported on the game Munin, from German developer and publisher Daedalic Entertainment. The developers have created many well-received games, such...

Munin Spreads His Wings and Lands on iPad

Last month, IGM announced the imminent debut of Munin, a 2D puzzle platformer for the PC. Set in the world of the ancient Vikings, it follows the adventures of the...

‘Munin’ Prepares to Send Players to Valhalla

As usual, when something goes wrong in the world of the ancient Vikings, it is entirely Loki’s fault. In Munin, the upcoming 2D puzzle platformer, the player...

‘Gomo’ All New Point-And-Click Capers Coming To The PC December 6th

Just yesterday Daedalic Entertainment, the indie development company responsible for some critically acclaimed point-and-click adventure titles ( most notable:...

‘Goodbye Deponia’ Review – Good Things Come In Threes

Rufus, the self-appointed hero of the Deponia series – not to mention, king of wanton destruction and mostly unintentional murder – is back for one last harebrained...

‘The Night Of The Rabbit’ Review – Hoppily Ever After

The basic ingredients for a great game are as follows: enjoyable gameplay, engaging narrative, and aesthetically pleasing, well-planned design choices. Add to that a...

‘Edna & Harvey: The Breakout’ Review – An Enjoyable Visit With Insanity

With touch screen devices becoming more popular for gaming, it makes sense that point and click adventure games are garnering more attention as well. With many of these...