'Aurora– The Secret Within'

Bath, 5th July, 2007– Lexicon Entertainment, a premier publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment software for video game console systems and personal computers world-wide, is pleased to announce the signing of Aurora– The Secret Within for PC.

In the late 1940s and early 1950s the name Roswell sparked great interest in the press and with the general public and even in 2007 is still a topic that creates media coverage.

Aurora– The Secret Within, explores this great theme, was it fact or is it fiction!?

The Facts

The American military have released ground-breaking news: a flying saucer has crashed near Roswell. The statement is promptly withdrawn, but the media are not to be fooled. While this stunning event is frantically broadcast over the radio waves, Detective Pileggi becomes involved in a mysterious case regarding the disappearance of a local farmer.

During the course of the investigation, he will discover that everything he has believed to be true throughout his life is nothing but an illusion. His world is shattered into pieces. Will our detective be able to solve the mystery hidden within Aurora?

“Aurora - The Secret Within” is a classic‘point and click’ adventure, immersing the player in a world of puzzles and mysteries just waiting to be solved.

Tale Context

The Pentagon always made people believe (even if not openly) that Area 51 has been hiding projects about supersonic airplanes and alien technologies. This however was a cover-up, because the truth was that the base was developed for a secret project called AURORA; Area 51 was hiding a time machine!

The Game.

You play the enigmatic role of Detective Pileggi– throughout the game, his face remains obscured, the player is never able to see his face clearly. His past will be uncovered over the course of the player’s journey. During the first three days the mission will be exploring Area 51 and discovering once inside the base that journeys into time are possible! Suddenly an accident occurs in the control room and Pileggi finds himself (inexplicably) in the future. Now it appears, he has only two days to find how to get home and also why he has been chosen to solve this case!

Moving further into the adventure Pileggi revisits many of the earlier places but this time during the 1997 post nuclear period!

Key Features/Elements include:

- 40’s‘film noir’ environments

- 3D room exploration

- 3D interactive animated characters

- Logical, mathematical riddles, gradually progressive puzzles

- Multiple choice dialogues, influencing the story

- 3D movies

- Multiple endings

- Plus a whole lot more!

Aurora - The Secret Within is a classic‘point and click’ adventure, immersing the player in a world of puzzles and mysteries just waiting to be solved.

Aurora– The Secret Within presents a thrilling, compelling tale of subterfuge that the player will need to unravel to succeed.

Developed by BluMiAl Studios.

Contact details

For distribution enquires please contact - distribution@lexiconentertainment.com

For all press and media related enquires– pr@lexiconentertainment.com

Release date: 27th July 2007

About Lexicon Entertainment

Lexicon Entertainment is a leading publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment software for video game console systems and personal computers. The company was founded to provide an interactive element to his vision of a state-of-the-art, multi-faceted entertainment company. Since its inception in 2005, Lexicon Entertainment has continually been heralded for its focus on creating rich, immersive worlds for players to discover. Lexicon Entertainment games continually receive critical acclaim and attain commercial success, with the company’s products shipped to over 25 territories.

About BluMiAl Studios.

BluMiAl Studio, based in Italy, was formed in 2004. The two founder members, Michel Palucci and Alessio Restaino are the heart of the team but utilize collaborations with other personnel in their first title Aurora– The Secret Within.


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