For Immediate Release
San Francisco, California – October 18, 2012 – Step into the world of glamor in the latest detective adventure game from G5 Entertainment and Big Blue Bubble, as Masters of Mystery: Crime of Fashion now strides onto Google Play, Kindle Fire, Nook Color and Nook Tablet runway. And, after its initial launch as a free app (with full version unlock in-game), Masters of Mystery: Crime of Fashion is now available as a full, paid version on iOS. Initially released for PC, this hidden object adventure has spent over 10 days in top 10 of all major casual game charts and the game has also instantly won hearts of iOS users; thus we're excited to extend the availability of this treasure to gamers favoring other gaming platforms.
Masters of Mystery: Crime of Fashion is a story-driven puzzler with plenty of levels to play through, mini-games to master and interesting characters to interact with. You enter the game as Carrie Chase, a detective who investigates the murder of a New York fashion designer. Soon she comes to the disturbing realization she's dealing with a serial killer out for more blood. The story, which plays out like an episode of CSI – complete with forensics tools, lab analysis and deduction – is quite good and with a few twists, too. Plus, the diverse characters you'll meet are memorable and many lines of dialogue are well-written.
The game offers two game modes. Choose the Timed Mode and find all the items hidden around the scene in 10 minutes. If you fail to do this in a timely manner, you'll start your search again with a few different objects in the list. Choose the Relaxed Mode and take your time to enjoy every detail in each scene. Glorious technicolor artwork, twisted plot, bright characters make your adventure in Masters of Mystery: Crime of Fashion delightful and keep you on your toes all along the game.
Unlike some games of this kind, the items you need to search for are relevant to the story or location. What's more, some items you find will be placed in your inventory and used on crime scene, including a flashlight in dark environments, UV light to search for blood stains, a duster for fingerprints and magnifying glass for close-ups. Also, some items on the screen can be searched further, such as a briefcase or purse that you can examine even more closely. The game keeps the player immersed in the story at all times throughout its 25 locations and with more than 500 items to find.
- 500 Objects to find with 4 unique interactive tools
- 25 Stunning locations in 3 chapters
- 6 Fascinating puzzles
- 2 Game play modes
When: Today, October 18, 2012