Daedalic Reveals New Games at Future Games Show


Daedalic Entertainment today announced three exciting new titles in its 2021 publishing line-up. The ink-based strategy game Inkulinati, the chaotic co-op racing game Fling to the Finish and the post-apocalyptic point-and-click adventure Life of Delta join Daedalic’s varied portfolio of titles from external studios.

Inkulinati by Yaza Games is a strategy game that emerged straight from the pages of medieval European manuscripts. Players have to master the living ink, build their bestiary full of fantastic and comical creatures from 700 year old illustrations and defeat their opponents with strategy and shrewdness. Snails versus knights versus donkey bards versus rabbits with spears are just the tip of the iceberg in a journey through the art and humor of the Middle Ages.

The cooperative and competitive racing game Fling to the Finish by SplitSide Games connects up to four teams of two with an elastic cord and chases them through a colorful, chaotic obstacle course. The partners can throw each other up walls, swing around obstacles … or become hopelessly tangled. The title can be played solo, online, on the local split screen or – if you want to get particularly close to your partner – by sharing a controller.

A Daedalic line-up wouldn’t be the same without point-and-click adventure. Life of Delta by Airo Games takes place in a post-apocalyptic world in which humans have become extinct and which is instead inhabited by decommissioned service robots and lizard people. Delta travels in search of his missing friend through 25 beautiful, handcrafted levels, masters more than 50 minigames and meets a number of unique characters.

During the Future Games Show, Daedalic also unveiled two new trailers for the recently announced titles Glitchpunk and Hidden Deep.

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