Classic Adventure games seem to be making a comeback but TellTale Games and their consistently excellent releases seem to be doing most of the heavy lifting. DaeDalic Entertainment is picking up the slack with The Night of the Rabbit
, a traditional point-and-click with a whimsical art style. Scheduled for release on May 29th, the game has already gotten positive reception under the preview title The Rabbit's Apprentice. The game will be available on PC and Mac when it launches early this summer.
Hamburg, February 19th 2013. Daedalic Entertainment is happy to announce the title of its upcoming adventure. Created by Matthias Kempke and in development for over a year, it will be released this spring under the title of "The Night of the Rabbit". (It has been previewed positively by some sites under the title "The Rabbit's Apprentice".)
To mark the announcement, Daedalic has also released two new screenshots of the game’s enchanting atmosphere.
“The Night of the Rabbit is Daedalic’s biggest adventure game so far, and when it is released this May it will follow in the footsteps of the international success of our 'Deponia series'", says Carsten Fichtelmann, Daedalic’s CEO. "We believe with this project, the development team has created a unique game that will enthrall players all over the world.”
The Night of the Rabbit will be released internationally for both PC and Mac on May 29th, 2013 and will feature full German and English versions, as well as Russian, Polish, Czech, French and Spanish text localizations.
About the game
Becoming a magician and learning the craft of magic is the greatest dream of 12 year old Jeremiah Hazelnut. During the last two days of his summer vacation this dream finally seems to come true. Out of thin air, an elegantly dressed rabbit who goes by the name the Marquis de Hoto appears,carrying Jerry with him into an enchanted realm….
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 17 German Game Developer Awards (incl. “Studio of the Year 2009”), four German Computer Game Awards (incl. “Best Game 2011”), and more.