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Got Game To Publish 'A Quiet Weekend in Capri' - Screens

by Rainier on Dec. 15, 2003 @ 5:35 p.m. PST

Got Game Entertainment today announced a North American publishing deal for "A Quiet Weekend in Capri", an adventure game for the PC. In what becomes anything but a quiet weekend in Capri, this magical island off the coast of Italy serves as backdrop to a captivating mystery. Read more for details and screens...

As a tourist visiting the enchanting Isle of Capri for the first time, you are unexpectedly transported into a mysterious scenario, no longer of certain where you are or which way to turn. Regaining your senses, you begin to explore the island, encountering interesting characters and intriguing clues. You wander through magical gardens, seashores, churches, monuments, villas, and old Roman ruins. To unravel this mystery, you must utilize strange inventions by an eccentric island scientist, along with your own deductive reasoning.

Created by Italian developers Gey and Silvio Savarese, "A Quiet Weekend in Capri" also includes a separate full-length soundtrack CD, as well as a bonus travel feature on the beautiful island and its colorful residents. The Got Game release, currently being localized for the North American market, will be playable in English, Italian, and Italian with English subtitles. Further, other technical improvements to the game include doubling the save slots and increasing the jumping points from four to seven.

"A Quiet Weekend in Capri" follows closely on the heels of "Conspiracies", Got Game’s holiday release of murder, mystery, and adventure. Released in November, "Conspiracies" continues to win accolades from press and players alike.

"A Quiet Weekend in Capri" is scheduled to ship Q1 2004. For more information, visit www.GotGameEntertainment.com/capri

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