The Book of Unwritten Tales coming internationally to PC in Fall 2011

King Art Games announced today that their classic Point & Click Adventure, The Book Of Unwritten Tales will be released this Fall on the PC. This game a humorous homage to the RPG and fantasy genre with numerous allusions to literature and games like “Lord of the Rings”, “World of Warcraft” and “Discworld”. With its hilarious characters and detailed artwork, the game follows in the footsteps of all-time favorites like Monkey Island or Simon the Sorcerer.
In a world torn by war, the aged gremlin archaeologist Mortimer MacGuffin harbors the dark secret of a powerful artifact. Whoever calls this artifact his own, will determine the fate of the world. While the Army of the Shadows sends out its best and most devious agents to discover the secret, the Alliance’s four heroes find themselves involuntarily drawn into the crisis…
The game by independent developer KING Art has already been released in parts of Europe and received rave reviews. In Germany no other new adventure since the glorious days of Lucas Arts got higher ratings from the game press and gamers alike.
Jan Theysen, Creative Director at KING Art said:
“We are thrilled to announce the worldwide release of The Book of Unwritten Tales in Fall 2011. We’ve invested a great amount of time, money and passion into the localization and believe that people all over the world will enjoy the new and improved English version.”
The Book of Unwritten Tales - Teaser Trailer (ENG)

The Book of Unwritten Tales - Live Burials (ENG)

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