The good news just keeps coming for The Book of Unwritten Tales these days, as Lace Mamba Global has just announced its plans to publish the game in the UK this fall.
If you dare to believe it at this point, there's new hope to finally see The Book of Unwritten Tales this fall, as the developers have announced plans to distribute the game themselves.
The Wii and "great hardware" are rarely used in the same sentence, but there will soon be some great hardware (of the robotic kind) coming to Nintendo's platform in the form of Amanita's acclaimed adventure Machinarium.
The on-again/off-again publishing travails of The Book of Unwritten Tales took a turn for the better today, along with bright news about Deck13's Haunted, as JoWood/DreamCatcher announced plans to release both games this winter.
For anyone still on the fence about the multiple Aggie Award-winning Machinarium, or for those who just can't get enough of it, today's UK release of the Machinarium Collector's Edition might be music to your ears.
Having taken the adventure world by storm as a downloadable release in October, now Machinarium looks set to start conquering the retail fronts, beginning with the UK next March.
With nearly mechanical precision, Amanita Design's robot-themed Machinarium released today on schedule, and the game is now available for download for PC and Mac.
Two books of drastically different kinds are in the news today, as The Adventure Company has revealed its plans to publish Treasure Island and The Book of Unwritten Tales in October and November, respectively.
Like other machines needing a good primer, now Machinarium has its own in the form of a playable demo just released.
A new trailer for the Machinarium, the first full-scale adventure from the makers of Samorost, has been released.
Fans of the cult-favourite Samorost games have been anxiously awaiting the first full-scale adventure from Amanita Design, and a new gameplay trailer for Machinarium is sure to increase anticipation all the more.
With the Games Convention in Leipzig just around the corner, cue the announcement of new adventures from Germany that will debut at this year's show.
When last we heard from Amanita Design, the independent Czech developer was emerging from the woods with the cult classic Samorost 2. Since then, its focus has evidently become more metallic, as the team has just unveiled its first full-scale adventure, Machinarium.