Always make sure that your computer meets the minimum system requirements of the game. Very often the requirements of the graphic cards is underestimated for our games. However, all backgrounds, characters and animations are hand-drawn, which needs a lot of video memory and a strong graphics card.
Before you purchase a game, always check whether your hardware can provide the minimum video memory (usually 256 MB or 512 MB dedicated memory). Most NVIDIA and AMD cards do that.
Problems can occur when using on-board Intel cards or chips (usually on Laptops) which share their memory with the processor. These Shared Memory cards cannot be recommended because they are too weak to load all the graphics and animations.

Additionally, please check whether you are using the latest graphic card driver. Very often outdated drivers are the source of a variety of problems in our games. The best way to update your driver is looking directly at the manufacturer's page of your graphics card. Since automatic Windows updates do not always find the latest drivers, we recommend looking for them manually.

To generate this, please press the Windows + R key simultaneously, then enter "dxdiag" and click on "Save all information" in the following window.

To generate the log you need to launch the System Profiler. Go to "Apple" --> "About this Mac" --> "More Info". Then, select "File" and "Save"; this will generate a .spx file with the information on your hardware.

You can always find the latest drivers at the manufacturer's page of the graphics card:

To do that you simply need to right-click the game in your Steam library and select "Properties". Then go to "Local Files" and there you find "verify integrity of game cache". This will locate and fix any broken or missing files.

If you have a computer with both an Intel and an NVIDIA graphics card, it might happen that the computer selects the weaker Intel card to start our games to save energy. This is how you can manually select the NVIDIA card for the game: Right-click on your desktop and select the "Nvidia Control Panel"; if it is not there, click on your Windows symbol and use the search option to find it. Once in the panel you need to select "3D Settings" --> "Manage 3D Settings". In there you can find two tabs, "Global settings" and "Program settings". Under "Global settings" you need to set "Preferred Graphics Processor" to "High Performance Nvidia processor". Then go to "Program settings". Click on "ADD" and search for the game under the main installation directory. Then choose the .exe file of the game and click OK. Under "select the preferred graphics processor for this program" please select "High performance NVIDIA processor". After that, save the changes and the game should definitely run by the Nvidia card from now on.

You're right. Unfortunately, the installation data of our older game's retail versions for Mac (The Whispered World, Deponia The Complete Journey, Blackguards 1+2, Anna's Quest, The Night of the Rabbit, Munin) can't be read by the latest Mac OS X Sierra 10.10.5. If you're experiencing this issue, please contact us via support form and we'll be glad to help you out.

Thank you for your understanding.

Let's Plays & Streams of our games - and also monetarizing them - are allowed as long as you add the following information to your video description:

1. Always post the Steam link of the game you're streaming
2. Please copy the following into your description as well:
"Become a part of the community:"

Happy Gaming!

You can change the resolution of the game outside of the main menu. Here's how:
You need to find two config.ini files of your game on your computer. The first one is located next to your savegames here:
Purchased in Steam: /Users/USERNAME/Library/Application Support/Daedalic Entertainment/GAME
Purchased in Apple App Store and other online stores: /Users/USERNAME/Library/Containers/de.daedalic.GAME/Data/Library/Application Support/Daedalic Entertainment/GAME

The second config.ini is in the app folder itself. Check your applications folder for that.

Open the config.ini and you can modify the resolution manually and hopefully make it work on your screen. The important parts are this:

# FULLSCREEN = {yes|no}
# yes - starts the game in fullscreen
# no - starts the game in a window
# RESOLUTION = {Auto|Desktop|Game}
# Auto - wide-screen support is activated if a wide-screen display is detected
# Desktop - current desktop resolution is used when game is started in full screen mode
# Game - game is initialized with the resolution specified in the game
RESOLUTION = desktop

The last lines in each paragraph are the ones you can modify. For example, put “no” in the FULLSCREEN part and then type in your screen resolution in the “RESOLUTION =” part (1920x1080 for example). You could also play around with the “Auto”, “Desktop” and “Game” options, maybe one of them fits more to your screen.
Save both files and start the game.

Unfortunately, the Steam synchronization of savegames only works on one and the same operating system. Therefore, the transmission of savegames has to be handled manually. Just copy the chosen savegames from the savegames directory (see below) on the one operating system to the savegames directory on the other operating system.

Windows - C:/Users/*your username*/AppData/Local/Daedalic Entertainment GmbH/*game name*/Savegames/

Mac: Steam - /*your username*/Library/Application Support/Daedalic Entertainment GmbH/*game name*/Savegames/

Boxversion - Boxversion - /Users//Library/Containers/de.daedalic./Data/Library/Application Support/Daedalic Entertainment GmbH//Savegames/

Linux Ubuntu - /home/*your username*/.local/share/Daedalic Entertainment GmbH/*game name*/Savegames/

Most of the times this indicates that you are using an incompatible savegame. Did you maybe load a savegame which you found on the internet or which a friend gave you? Not all savegames from the many different versions of our games are compatible. Please check the version number in the main menu of your game and download a compatible savegame from our database.

Should you use a gaming mouse, please make sure that you are using the latest driver (especially relevant for Logitech mice). Additionally, it's possible that the polling rate of your mouse is set too high. Please check whether you have additional software for your mouse in which you can manually lower the polling rate.

Please make sure that the Texture Compression of the game is turned off. You can check this in Steam by right-clicking on the game in your library, then select the Visionaire Configuration Tool. In there, you can disable the Texture Compression.

Please check whether the DPI size on your computer is set to 100% (96 DPI). To check the DPI settings please right-click anywhere on your desktop and select "Personalize". In the following window you find "See also --> Display" in the bottom left corner. There you can check whether all setting are set to 100% (Standard).

You can always find the latest drivers at the manufacturer's page of the graphics card:

This error message usually implies that you are using an outdated graphics card driver. Please look directly at the manufacturer's website of your graphics card, if you are using the latest driver and if you don't - please update it.

On the 6th of July 'Plays.TV' got an update which causes all our games that are using the Visionaire Engine to crash a few seconds after start with an error message. 'Play.TV' is part of 'Raptr' and the 'Gaming Evolved' app. Disabling 'Play.TV' fixes the problem for now. We hope there will be a solution for the cause of the problem soon.

Don't panic, you can always try the following things:
1. Do not choose the standard installation path but try your desktop for example.
2. Delete all local files that the game left on your computer and try a new installation.
3. Run the game as administrator.
4. At your own risk: deactivate your antivirus program, because sometimes some agressive settings delete exe files of games because they label them dangerous.
5. If the problem comes down to a rare hardware/software combination you can try to install and play the game on a different computer.

This issue appears on Windows if the computer has a 10th generation or newer Intel processor and is most likely caused by a bug in the OpenSSL version used by Unreal Engine from version 4.18 to version 4.21.

To work around this issue, please follow the steps on