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Comedic Stone-Age Adventure Arrives in 2015 with “FIRE” from Daedalic Entertainment

December 4, 2014. Daedalic Entertainment and EuroVideo are going to kick off 2015 in a most colorful way, as on January 6, they will launch FIRE, a quirky animated stone-age exploration adventure about the humorous Neanderthal Ungh, on PC and Mac globally. FIRE is now available for pre-order on Steam, offering buyers a 10% discount.Ungh

Find FIRE on Steam here:http://store.steampowered.com/app/325520

FIRE will also be coming to the iPad in early 2015 after the desktop release.

FIRE uses an intuitive game design to tell a story without words! By following the adventures of Ungh the Neanderthal, players will have to master the trickiest task of the Stone Age… finding fire.  As Ungh, it’s up to you to explore the colorful world of FIRE and to solve all puzzles in the most creative ways possible. Always helpful are the quirky creatures of this unique Stone Age setting: why not using a mammoth and its trunk to shoot a coconut? Be it mammoths, bats or dinosaurs – FIRE’s colorful Stone Age world is inhabited by all kinds of useful and entertaining wildlife.A key part of the story, of course, is the slightly clumsy (yet highly comedic) Neanderthal Ungh, who’s also our hero. Ungh starts out as you’d expect – a bit dopey and very unlucky, and unfortunately, he’s let his village’s bonfire burn out during his watch. Now he has to get a new flame, which sets him on a quest to explore every corner of his prehistoric world. Be it a jungle, veldt or the inside of a volcano – no place is safe from Ungh.

The urge to explore has no limits in FIRE – a click on every object triggers a reaction from Ungh or his surroundings – and with a bit of logic players can get closer to the puzzle’s solution. For example, some locations can be visited at day and night – a click on the sun or the moon is enough to change the time of the day, which not only influences the lighting conditions, but also the behavior of the creatures. Diurnal monsters will sleep at night, others will wake up or show themselves only when it’s dark. Taking the time of day into account is just one of the many keys to making the most of Ungh’s adventures!

FIRE will be available worldwide on January 6th, 2014 for PC and Mac for 9.99US$/ 9.99€/ 7.99£/ 399 RUR on all major online stores.

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About Daedalic Entertainment7df2aff8-5b32-41d3-9921-c01984d07417

Headquartered in Hamburg, Germany, Daedalic Entertainment is a developer of multiplatform narrative-driven games.  The company employs a staff of approximately 100 people, and its famed Writer’s Room, with its cadre of authors, is a unique feature in Germany’s media industry. Since May 2014, Daedalic Entertainment has been part of the Bastei Lübbe group of companies, and in August 2014, Daedalic opened another development studio in Düsseldorf — dubbed Daedalic Entertainment Studio West.

Over the last few years, Daedalic has earned 21 German Game Developer Awards (incl. “Studio of the Year 2009, 2013”), five German Computer Game Awards (incl. “Best Game 2011”), and more.Upcoming Daedalic titles such as “Silence – The Whispered World 2” and “The Devil’s Men” will raise the bar for the adventure genre. With “Blackguards” and “Blackguards 2” the company has also set itself up as a key RPG developer.  As a publisher, Daedalic entertainment publishes uncommon and remarkable games like “Divinty: Original Sin”, “Oh my Gore” and “Randal’s Monday.”

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