Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: King Art

King Art augmenting The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 via Kickstarter

The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 (PC) Kickstart Announcement - Screenshot 1

King Art, developers of the point-and-click adventure title The Book of Unwritten Tales, is looking to supplement the development of the follow-up with crowdsourced funds from Kickstarter. Unlike most titles, the studio isn’t looking for the campaign to raise enough money to fund the title but to add more features. The sequel is set to release early next year, and in looking to include more optional sidequests, character-customization options, and quest paths, as well as gather community feedback, King Art has decided to go beyond publisher Nordic Games to gather the additional necessary resources. According to creative director Jan Theysen, “every cent from the campaign goes directly into the on-top content.”

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(PC Review) The Book of Unwritten Tales

(PC Review) The Book of Unwritten Tales

“It’s lengthy, goofy, and smart, and what it has to say about genre icons—and itself—is well worth listening to.”

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The Book of Unwritten Tales now available online for PC

King Art Games’ latest adventure title, The Book of Unwritten Tales, has launched on Steam, GOG.com, and other digital outlets. Published by Nordic Games, BoUT is a 20-plus-hour adventure featuring three characters who must use over 300 items to solve more than 200 puzzles set in over 60 locations in order to thwart the Army of the Shadows in their pursuit of a powerful artifact.

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The Book of Unwritten Tales to get English release via GOG, Steam

The Book of Unwritten Tales (PC) North America Release Announcement - Screenshot 1

Traditional adventure games are getting a bit of wind in their sails thanks to digital distribution, and soon, King Art’s The Book of Unwritten Tales will find its way onto many a North American hard drives. As one of three characters, players will make their way through 60 locations by solving puzzles, switching between the trio, and combining all manner of items.

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