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Tomb of Zojir

"Scary yet not gory" point-and-click adventure to get an English-language release in Europe on December 10th.

Haarlem, The Netherlands – 23 November 2010 – PC videogames publisher Iceberg Interactive and independent game developer WRF Studios today unveil the pack shot of the European retail version of Last Half of Darkness: Tomb of Zojir (PC), a classic point-and-click horror adventure for those who like solving puzzles and immersing themselves in a scary yet not gory story.

Download the pack shot at www.iceberg-interactive.com.

The secret tools and clues inside the box that players will need in order to solve the mystery of the Tomb of Zojir will remain hidden until the English-language European release on 10 December 2010. The game can already be pre-ordered in the Iceberg Webshop with free shipping up until the release. Localized versions have not been announced.

For more information on Last Half of Darkness: Tomb of Zojir, please visit www.iceberg-interactive.com to keep up with the latest breaking news.

What the press is saying

“… this is a game I think you should play.” – Gameboomers (A-)

“The game will immerse you in its unspoken horror. This game THOROUGHLY deserves an A.” – Just Adventure

“...has a thoroughly entertaining combination of story and puzzles....a masterpiece of mood and atmosphere.”– Mr. Bill’s Adventureland

“The atmosphere is spectacular, the music is chilling, the game is creepy as hell and it features some really innovative puzzles for you to contend with… Tomb of Zojir is the best point and click title I’ve encountered this year.” – DieHardGameFan.com

“… a solid experience for fans of first-person adventures and the Last Half of Darkness series in particular.” – Adventure Gamers (3.5 out of 5 stars)

About Last Half of Darkness: Tomb of Zoijr

The darkness has descended upon Louisiana, where the treasures from the gypsy's lair are still hidden, when a mysterious book is found in the tiny town of Shadowcrest. Perhaps a book that should never have been opened. A book with pages that chart the passage to the Isle of the Dead...

Shrouded among fog and lore, legends of the Island speak of the strange ghosts that live there and the creatures of the dead hiding in the shadows; feeding on sailors foolish enough to beach upon the dark shores. Although stories of great treasure surround the island, it is also rumored that the isle holds the origin for a great darkness inside an ancient temple built centuries ago.

Use your experience in the dark arts and science to uncover the true origin of the last half of darkness.


• Point-and-Click Horror Adventure

• Strange and Mysterious Puzzles

• Non-linear Storyline and Quests

• CD Quality Soundtrack

• Cinematic Flashback Sequences

• 20+ Hours of Gameplay

About WRF Studios

An American independent videogame design studio, WRF Studios was founded in 1988 and through the years developed and released several chapters of the scary adventure game series, Last Half of Darkness.

About Iceberg Interactive

Iceberg Interactive is a premier videogame publisher set to make a splash in the interactive entertainment industry. The company is staffed with a mix of industry veterans and upcoming young talent, has offices in key locations across Europe and has established relevant partnerships all over the globe, both for digital and retail releases. Hence why Iceberg is a great alternative for developers looking to bring their products to a worldwide audience. Iceberg focuses foremost on PC gaming and is among the market leaders for the following niche genres for PC: simulators, adventure and MMO/action games. For more information visit www.iceberg-interactive.com to keep up with the latest breaking news.

Iceberg Interactive

PR & Marketing Manager

Kimara Rouwit


Tel: (+31)23-5430960

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