Botanicula (Limited Edition) (German)

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Botanicula is a humour filled exploration adventure and puzzle point-and-click game from Amanita Design, the creators of Samorost and Machinarium. It was released on April 19, 2012, for Microsoft WindowsMac OS X and Linux. This Edition contains the full game and 50-minute original soundtrack from acclaimed band DVA and designs by creator Jaromir Plachy.

Like other Amanita Design games the player controls a protagonist (or multiple protagonists) while exploring the environment, solving puzzles and collecting items to get over obstacles. The player interacts with other creatures and finds easter eggs. Like Machinarium, the game has no spoken or written dialogue. It follows the adventure of five botanical creatures named: Mr. Lantern, Mr. Twig, Mr. Poppy Head, Mr. Feather and Mrs. Mushroom. They are trying to save the last seed from their home tree from an infestation of evil parasitic creatures.

Contains the poster and soundtrack in addition to the game. 

Platform: Apple Macintosh 1.6 GHz processor 1Gb RAM 650Mb Hard disk space DVD-ROM 

               Screen Resolution 1280x800

               Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) or newer          

Application Software (AS:) Games

Version: 2012

Platform : Apple MacBook
Format : DVD-ROM
Publisher : Daedalic Entertainment
Authors : Amanita Design
Date : 2012
Product Code : 4009750502334

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Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
Botanicula (Limited Edition) (German) Daedalic Entertainment Apple MacBook DVD-ROM 2012

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH60940. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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