COLOGNE, GERMANY — August 16, 2012 — Paradox Interactive, in another cunning scheme to avoid paying for plane tickets, attempted to reach Gamescom this week by digging an elaborate tunnel from Stockholm to Cologne, but accidentally tunneled into a subterranean dwarven settlement instead. While they were down there, however, the Paradox team was able to capture the lives and daily activities of these enterprising dwarves on video. They have compiled the new footage into an all-new trailer for A Game of Dwarves, and have shared that trailer with the world today.
To learn more about A Game of Dwarves, watch Paradox Interactive's Facebook and Twitter channels this week at Gamescom. If you can't get a Wi-Fi signal while buried deep underground, hopefully you can still get a hardwired connection to visit www.paradoxplaza.com .
About Paradox Interactive
Since 1999, Paradox Interactive has been a leading global publisher of PC-based strategy games. Its steadily-growing portfolio includes firmly established PC franchises such as the critically acclaimed Europa Universalis, Crusader Kings, Hearts of Iron and Magicka.
2012-2013 will be Paradox Interactive’s most ambitious line-up of titles to date with such anticipated releases as War of the Roses, Starvoid, A Game of Dwarves, The Showdown Effect, Dungeonland and Europa Universalis IV. It is also expanding its presence in the free-to-play arena with upcoming games such as Salem: The Crafting MMO.