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Pre-Order The Night of the Rabbit On GOG.com, Get Deponia For Free
Daedalic entices you with one adventure after another.
05.14.13 - 3:54 PM

Daedalic Entertainment's next PC and Mac point-and-click adventure, The Night of the Rabbit is now up for pre-order on GOG.com, with a nifty bonus if you do so: You'll get the first Deponia game, another Daedalic adventure, for free. And if you already own Deponia, the free copy is giftable if you're up for spreading the wealth (which you are.... right?).

The story of The Night of the Rabbit follows young Jerry Hazelnut's attempts to become a hero and a magician in the hand-drawn realm of Mousewood, with the help of a white rabbit and other interesting characters. His journey is not without problems, as there are some dark forces at work out there against him. Designer Matt is taking and and answering questions on GOG.com until tomorrow.

Watch a first-look video here (beware, it's ten minutes long), and be sure to check out our gallery linked below. The Night of the Rabbit will release on May 29th for $19.99.

Don't have ten minutes? Watch a short trailer instead:




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