Deponia – The Puzzle and Edna & Harvey – The Puzzle to be released for iPad and Android tablets
Hamburg, Germany; May 15, 2014. The Hamburg-based studio Daedalic, together with the developer Chromatrix, will release Deponia – The Puzzle and Edna & Harvey – The Puzzle for iPads and Android tablets. Both games will be available on the App Store on May 28th and on Google Play and on the Amazon App Store on June 12th.
The cult adventures return as mobile puzzle fun and provide a genuine Daedalic feeling. With each game offering 96 puzzles of favorite background themes from the Deponia trilogy and the Edna & Harvey series, long-term puzzle fun is guaranteed. Three different modes are available in the single-player version. In the classic Search & Find mode, players have to find the right puzzle pieces for a given field as quickly as possible in order to earn maximum points. Additional drag & drop modes, rotating puzzles, and a variety of difficulty levels ensure that even puzzle pros will have tons of fun.
The highlight of the mobile version is the two-player mode. Once a puzzle has been unlocked, it can be played with someone else from then on. Two friends can compete at puzzling on the same tablet in a speedy picture duel.
About Daedalic Entertainment
Daedalic Entertainment is a Hamburg-based indie-studio that develops and publishes high-quality games worldwide, focusing on the projects with strong narratives. Over the last few years, Daedalic has collected 21 German Game Developer Awards (incl. “Studio of the Year 2009, 2013”), five German Computer Game Awards (incl. “Best Game 2011”), and more.
Chromatrix GmbH develops and publishes computer games for mobile platforms, browser and PC. Chromatrix received numerous awards for their “The Dark Eye”/”Das Schwarze Auge” series on mobile phones particularly the German Developer Award as Best Mobile Game 2004 and 2005, and Best Browsergame 2008.
Chromatrix also licenses Europe’s largest Fantasy RPG “The Dark Eye” to third parties, i.e. “Blackguards”, “Demonicon”, “Memoria”, “Realms of Arkania”, “Herokon Online”, “Chains of Satinav”, “Drakensang”.