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Double the fun, quarter the price!

The Book of Unwritten Tales: The Critter Chronicles, an inevitable sequel to the comedic fantasy point-and-click blockbuster, is available 75% off today for Windows and Mac OS X on! That's only $4.99 for the next 24 hours!

If there's one rule that universally applies to all fantasy world, it must be the rule of sagaism. Every successful fantasy story inevitably sprouts into a full-fledged saga, continued over the course of thousands and thousands of pages, game expansion after a game expansion, and movie after movie. And that's a good thing, too! This way we get to revisit our favorite places, check up on our beloved characters, and re-live the amazement over and over again. [url=]The Book of Unwritten Tales made fun of everything that we know about fantasy. The sequel just had to happen, if only to make fun of sagaism as well. The creators claim that it's actually a prequel and a stand-alone expansion, but we all know what it's going on here. Sagaism!

The Book of Unwritten Tales: The Critter Chronicles could do just fine by only copying its predecessor. After all--that's what many successful sequels do. The creators, however, made damn sure to give you a plethora of fresh and funny ideas, a cast of new crazy characters, and plenty of previously unseen, beautiful and detailed locations. Point-and-click adventure fans, rejoice! The game as well as the original Book of Unwritten Tales are available in both English and German versions![/i]

Adventurers! Fantasy fans! Troll rights activists! Grab The Book of Unwritten Tales: The Critter Chronicles now, for only $4.99 on The offer lasts until Thursday, May 30, at 9:59AM GMT.
MysterD: How come the original Book of Unwritten Tales & Critter Chronicles here on GOG doesn't come w/ the soundtrack...
....yet the Steam Deluxe Versions of both of those games do have the soundtrack?

{Eyebrow raised}
I'd guess the keyword being "Deluxe" - it's about $5 more expensive than the standard version.
Don't forget that KING Art is a German developer - sounds like a similar case of The Night of the Rabbit.