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Daedalic Interviews Dane Krams, the “Spiritual Father” of Anna’s Quest

Daedalic Interviews Dane Krams, the "Spiritual Father" of Anna's Quest

Daedalic Interviews Dane Krams, the "Spiritual Father" of Anna’s Quest

The game will be released July 2nd on PC, Mac and Linux


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Anna’s Quest Release Date Announced – June 20, 2015

Australian game designer and author Dane Krams reveals the story behind the new adventure game Anna’s Quest, to be released worldwide July 2, 2015 by Daedalic Entertainment. Dane also talks about the game’s development, his inspiration, the reason witches (particularly those with a taste for children) are so important to the game, and shares a bit about himself.

Dane, who is also the mind behind Anna’s Quest, has done much of the work on his own. However, has also spent time at Daedalic Entertainment in Hamburg, where developers such as Gunnar Bergmann (The Whispered World) and Nick Noah (The Night of the Rabbit, Goodbye Deponia) have worked with Dane to make his vision a reality.

Anna’s Quest will be available for PC, Mac and Linux starting July 2nd on Steam and GOG. Other platforms are to follow.

Karla Munger

Karla Munger

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