Hamburg/Germany: May 15, 2007 - Beautiful Bermudas: Today, ANACONDA unveils the very first looks on its new wacky PC adventure game So Blonde:
These first background screenshots are a foretaste on So Blonde's excellence in its graphical quality. They are showing the backgrounds of some first ingame locations - but still without any characters in it.
Literally: Beautiftul background drawings will guarantee Bermuda-like and pirate atmosphere. Tropical beaches, simple thatched huts, but also mystical, dark voodoo temples, in which the natives worship a god who's apparently not that pacific, are seen on the island, which is Sunny Blonde's new home for now.
It's her task to master lunatic adventures - and to save, for example, her MP3 player from the depths of the scary voodoo temple. Seems easy, but the natives regard it as a holy gift from the gods
An involuntary stay on a completely unfamiliar island, with no way of knowing how she will ever leave it, is one thing. More severe for Sunny is that all of a sudden she will have to make do without all her luxurious accessories: her cell phone gets no coverage, her make-up is all messed up, and there doesn't appear to be a shopping mall in walking distance. And her troubles are only getting started: through some freak of time and space, she seems to have been transported several centuries back and landed in the middle of an age ruled by pirates and buccaneers.
Quite a problem for Sunny Blonde - and it's up to PC gamers to solve it in the crazy adventure game So Blonde. Renowned adventure game writer Steve Ince ("Broken Sword") is responsible for the game's unusual story. Gamers will not only be faced with adventure and puzzling riddles but will see the protagonist grow from rich, spoiled luxury girl to a courageous survivor.
So Blonde, developed by French team Wizarbox has it all: a beautiful (anti-)heroine, jet black humor that goes far beyond trite clichés, gorgeous cartoon graphics and a ton of gameplay surprises.
dtp entertainment will publish So Blonde worldwide under the ANACONDA label, with a November release date set for German-speaking territories.