Arriiives on March 27th.
Worms / Bracknell, 9th February 2009
Kalypso Media presents the long-awaited fourth part of the weird, wacky and funny adventure game series, Gobliiins!
To date, there have been three Gobliiins titles about the three rather strange main characters, as well as two spin off games featuring the characters Woodruff and Schnibble. The return of Gobliiins brings a new range of exciting adventures!
King Balderone, ruler off the Goblins’ world, is miserable. The orycterope Riri, the king’s favourite pet, has suddenly run away. Three diminutive but clever detectives Stucco, who can push things, Tchop, who manages the inventory, and Purlius, caster of spells, receive a Royal order from their King. Their mission is to find Riri, and prove to King Balderone that Riri is happier now than when he was living with the King.
Their quest to find Riri turns out to be more adventurous and complicated than the three detectives expected, even though Stucco, Tchop and Purlius are close on the pet orycterope’s heels. In their quest they have to solve many challenging riddles as well as defending themselves from dangerous monsters. But whether the three will find Riri and whether Riri is happier now than when he was with King Balderone, you will need to find out for yourself!
Will you be able to find Riri, by solving challenging riddles while avoiding some really rather nasty monsters, all within a world like you have never seen before?
Gobliiins 4 will be released on 27th March 2009 for a recommended retail price of £19.99.
About Kalypso Media
Specialising in the publishing of interactive media – primarily computer games - Kalypso Media was founded in summer 2006 by industry veterans Simon Hellwig and Stefan Marcinek. A year later, the sister company Kalypso Media UK Ltd. was opened in England and is now led by Andrew Johnson and Charlie Barrett, two experienced members of the Kalypso Media Group management team.
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