Dystopian adventure Dead Synchronicity now also available for Android tablets
Hamburg, Germany; January 20, 2016 – Following a successful release in the App Store, the profound apocalyptic adventure Dead Synchronicity from the Spanish developer Fictiorama Studios and the Hamburg-based studio Daedalic Entertainment is now available on Google Play for Android tablets at a price of 4.99.

In Dead Synchronicity, players take on the role of Michael, a man with no memory and no past, and must attempt to find their way in a strange world. A series of natural catastrophes has destroyed the world and a pandemic is slaughtering humanity. People are transformed into the “Dissolved”, slowly decomposing alive into a bloody mass. But before they suffer this horrible death, the Dissolved develop special cognitive powers. If Michael doesn’t hurry, he will not be able to stop the impending moment of “dead synchronicity” – the moment when time itself begins to dissolve.

As an homage to dark adventure titles such as I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream and Sanitarium, Dead Synchronicity illustrates – using hand-drawn 2D graphics – a sophisticated dystopian sci-fi scenario with elements of classic point & click gameplay.

The point & click adventure is now available for download not only for iPad users in the App Store, but also for Android tablet users on Google Play at a price of 4.99 EUR.

To view the trailer for Dead Synchronicity visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0eD03AFqruA

Dead Synchronicity on Google Play:

Fictiorama Studios is an indie game studio founded by 3 brothers (Mario, Alberto, and Luis Oliván) united by their devotion to graphic adventures. In addition, two of the Oliván brothers are members of the alternative rock band Kovalski, which will be composing the soundtrack for the Dead Synchronicity saga games.
About Daedalic Entertainment
Daedalic Entertainment, based in Hamburg, publishes and develops computer and video games for all platforms. The studio focuses on interactive literature and character and narrative-driven games like adventures and RPGs. Daedalic Entertainment has a staff of more than 120 employees, including the Writer's Room, a team of writers unique to the German media industry.

Since May 2014, Daedalic Entertainment is part of the Bastei Lübbe group of companies. Since August 2014 the studio also established Daedalic Entertainment West, based in Düsseldorf.

With titles like Goodbye Deponia, Daedalic won the German Developer Award 21 times („Studio of the Year“ 2009 and 2013, among others). With Chaos on Deponia the studio from Hamburg won the German Games Award as "Best German Game 2013".
And for six times, Daedalic Entertainment won the German Video Game Award and the European Games Award.

Titles like Silence, The Devil’s Men and Ken Follett's The Pillars of the Earth show that Daedalic wants to raise the bar higher for the whole adventure genre. Blackguards earned them a place among RPG creators. As a publisher, the studio releases unique and outstanding titles like Divinity: Original Sin, Valhalla Hills and Bounty Train.