MOSCOW/SAN FRANCISCO -- October 25, 2012 --  Game Insight, a world leader in

publishing and developing mobile and social games and the creator of the

international megahit Mystery Manor, has announced that Mirrors of Albion, a

brand new hidden object adventure, is now available for iPad.

Mirrors of Albion casts players as a detective in an alternate version of

Victorian England, a world that combines the suspenseful mysteries of

Sherlock Holmes with the dreamy fantasy of Lewis Carroll's Alice's

Adventures in Wonderland. As a new detective on the streets of London,

players must do battle with more than 30 varieties of street thugs and

shadowy crime bosses in the employ of the sinister Red Queen, seeking

occasional aid from Constable Cheshire Jr. and the inscrutable Mad Hatter.

When they aren't fighting the criminal element, players will explore the

gorgeous, hand-painted world of Mirrors of Albion, traipsing the streets of

London in search of clues for their next case. Mirrors of Albion will offer

tons of unique, story-driven quests that will challenge players to look

closely and think fast as they solve hidden-object puzzles in numerous,

brain-teasing modes, judiciously using more than two-dozen powerful hint

objects and carefully weighing evidence supplied by a memorable cast of

colorful characters.

Mirrors of Albion's beautiful artwork, unusual setting, and engrossing

hidden-object gameplay is sure to draw in both new players and veterans of

hidden-object games such as Mystery Manor. The game is available for iPad

and will appear on additional platforms in the near future. 

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