Edna and Harvey: The Breakout Releases On iPad App Store

A brand new iPad game has been released on the App Store by Daedalic Entertainment. Edna & Harvey: The Breakout is an award-winning adventure game with a price tag of $5.99.

Edna & Harvey: The Breakout is a classic point and click adventure that follows the crazy adventures of Edna and her stuffed rabbit, Harvey.  Utilizing the iPad’s large touchscreen, the point and click controls have been adapted to accommodate the touch functionality and makes it incredibly easy to use. With the traditional, beautifully rendered comic-esque graphics and tricky puzzles, Edna & Harvey have quite the adventure to tackle.

The strange characters, starting with the protagonist Edna and her talking rabbit Harvey, guarantee over 20 hours of bizarre humor. The atmosphere quickly enthralls players through crazy characters and hilarious dialogue. Unlockable achievements, German and English voiceover, and Facebook integration provide players with total madness of the very best kind.

Some of the key features are:

  • Over 20 hours playing time
  • Achievement system with 18 unlockable achievements
  • Facebook integration
  • Intuitive touchscreen controls
  • Countless, individual interaction and combination options (approximately 70,000 words)
  • Automatic saving system

You can purchase Edna & Harvey: The Breakout on the App Store right now! Check out a few screenshots in our galley below.

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