Four More Daedalic Entertainment Adventures to Be Excited For

Aer and Silence: The Whispered World 2 sure look phenomenal, but those aren’t the only two titles Daedalic Entertainment has on tap for the remainder of 2015 (and into 2016 in Aer‘s case).

Fans of point-and-click adventures should also be licking their chops over four other upcoming Daedalic productions, from the telekinetic adventures through Grimm’s fairytales in Anna’s Quest, to the gritty dystopian sci-fi vibe of Dead Synchronicity (made by Fictiorama Studios), to the steampunk crime thriller stylings of The Devil’s Men, to the lighthearted stone age goofballery of Fire. Now that’s what I call an impressively diverse lineup!

The video up top has footage from the full lineup as shown during the recent Daedalic Days event in Germany. Additional media highlighting the four aforementioned adventures is embedded underneath this text for you to gleefully point and click and stare at until you can’t point and click and stare any longer.

Anna’s Quest (PC/Mac):
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Dead Synchronicity (PC/Mac/Linux and iOS):
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The Devil’s Men (PC/Mac):
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Fire (PC/Mac):
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