Rabbit bottoms and braying asses collide in Inkulinati: the turn-based strategy game ripped from the pages of medieval manuscripts.
HAMBURG, Germany – January 31, 2023. Developer Yaza Games and Publisher Daedalic Entertainment just launched their absurdly charming medieval strategy game, Inkulinati, to PC Early Access and Xbox Game Preview. Players keen to master the Living Ink can grab the turn-based tactics title today on Xbox One and Series X|S via Xbox Game Preview and Game Pass, or on PC and Mac via Steam Early Access, GOG Early Access, and the Microsoft Store (for PC only). Inkulinati will arrive on Nintendo Switch with the full release of the game.
Inkulinati is an ink-based strategy game ripped straight from the pages of medieval manuscripts, where a rabbit’s bum can be deadlier than a dog’s sword. Assume the role of a mighty Inkulinati wielding the power of Living Ink to command comical but deadly, combatants: donkeys playing trumpets with their bottoms, bishop cats vanquishing heretics with prayers, sluggish but lethal snails that eat units alive, and many more bizarre critters to add to your bestiary. Each stylishly inked creature plays a strategic combat role, while legendary medieval characters such as Dante and Hildegard can turn the tide of battle.
If thou seekest further enlightenment – or just a warm chuckle – feast thine eyes upon Inkulinati’s launch trailer: https://youtu.be/62VgbXr938g
Download the press kit here
Early Access PC code and Xbox Game Preview code are now available to request here
Inkulinati’s Early Access launch includes a polished game experience, two game modes, and plentiful content to explore. In the solo campaign, players will fight famous Inkulinati masters in their journey across the land, and tame fearsome beasts as they build their ultimate army. In a revival of the classic hot-seat game mode, players can also challenge other Inkulinati in local PvP battles. Yaza Games confirmed plans to update the game with additional Beasts, Inkulinati Masters, and Battlefields during early access; online multiplayer mode is also in the works.
After 700 years in the making, Inkulinati is now available on PC Early Access and Xbox Game Preview. Players can stay up to date with the ink-based indie on the Yaza Games website, or share their Early Access feedback on Twitter and Discord.
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About Daedalic Entertainment
Daedalic Entertainment publishes and develops high-quality games for all platforms. The company has a diverse line-up of high-quality titles, including classic adventures, RPGs, and strategy and multiplayer games. With an international team of around 90 employees, Daedalic is currently developing a new line-up of innovative games across consoles, PC, and mobile platforms.
Based in Hamburg, Germany, Daedalic is one of Europe’s most acclaimed publishers and developers. With a total of 32 awards in the German Developers Award (including multiple accolades for ‘Studio of the Year’) and 12 German Computer Game Awards for genre-defining games such as Deponia, Edna & Harvey, Silence, Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun, Ken Follett’s The Pillars of the Earth, The Long Journey Home, and State of Mind, Daedalic is a record holder for the two most prestigious game awards in Germany. Recent publishing hits include Barotrauma, Unrailed!, Iratus: Lord of the Dead, Partisans 1941, and more.
Daedalic is currently developing The Lord of the Rings – Gollum. The story-driven adventure tells the story of Gollum from a perspective never witnessed before in any storytelling media, all the while staying faithful to the legendary books of J.R.R. Tolkien.
About Yaza Games (Developer Inkulinati)
Yaza Games is a small studio in Poland. Met by pure chance, we want to surprise you with our hand-crafted worlds that may contain a bit of absurd humor. One of us wants to do over-complicated strategies, while the rest never read tutorials. We’re currently working on our first game called Inkulinati – an ink-based strategy game straight from medieval manuscripts, where a rabbit’s bum can be deadlier than a dog’s sword.