Developer diary videos reveal more about Memoria’s two playable characters
Daedalic Entertainment have today released the first in a series of developer diaries that will grant detailed insights into the development process of the upcoming fantasy point & click adventure game Memoria.
Episode one features author Kevin Mentz and project manager Jonas Hüsges as they reveal many interesting details about the game’s story and its two playable characters, Sadja and Geron. Kevin and Jonas reveal how they created the characters and the story of the game itself, and what it takes to get the story in synch with the RPG universe, The Dark Eye, which Memoria is based on.
Memoria is scheduled to be available for PC and Mac on August 30th, 2013.
500 years have passed since Sadja, princess of the faraway kingdom of Fasar, set forth to fight in the great battle of the Gorian Desert. Victory in this battle against mighty demons would cement her place as one of the greatest heroes of all time – but she failed.
Her story was lost in the sands of time, and now a young fowler named Geron must unravel her mysterious fate. But his search sets events in motion that will cast a long shadow over his homeland and turn his present into a twisted image of a long lost past…
Memoria’s Aventuria setting is based on The Dark Eye, probably Europe’s best-known pen & paper RPG system. Memoria moves beyond traditional point & click adventure gameplay to add a magic system derived from this RPG. Players will cast magic spells that allow them to banish darkness or even to take direct control over mysterious creatures that could prove useful in the quest. Memoria enriches the classic point & click adventure gameplay, offering captivating puzzles, an epic story full of ancient magic and unexpected twists as Geron sees how the distant past still echoes through all of their lives.
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”), five German Computer Game Awards (incl. “Best Game 2011”), and more.
About the Dark Eye
The Dark Eye has been Europe’s most best known fantasy RPG universe since 1984. In addition to the popular pen&paper adventures the Dark Eye is the basis for a successful series of videogame adaptions. The Dark Eye is licensed under Chromatrix GmbH.
The Dark Eye is a trademark of Significant Fantasy Media Rights GbR.