Mystery Author Signs with Oxygen

Northampton, UK– February 12th, 2009 - Oxygen Games is pleased to announce the engrossing and addictive whodunit mystery, Cate West: The Vanishing Files, will be available in Europe, Australia and New Zealand in Q3 2009.

A series of unsolvable crimes, dubbed“The Vanishing Files”, have paralyzed the city. The police turn to crime novelist Cate West, whose psychic visions might just be the key to solving the mystery. Help Cate find clues, compile evidence and track down hideouts to discover the link between these crimes and an unsolved mystery from Cate’s past!

“With addictive gameplay, an engrossing storyline and beautiful locations, Cate West is an original whodunit that is sure to delight seek-and-solve fans of all ages”, said Oxygen Games CEO Jim Scott.

Seek the truth and solve the mystery with Cate West: The Vanishing Files on Wii™ and Nintendo DS™. Coming to Europe, Australia and New Zealand in Q3 2009.

For more information about Cate West: The Vanishing Files and Oxygen Games visit:


Cate West: The Vanishing Files

Release: Q3 2009

Genre: Seek and solve

Formats: Wii™, Nintendo DS™

Pegi: TBC

Developer: Destineer Games/Magellan Interactive

RRP Nintendo DS -£24.99,€29.99

RRP Wii -£29.99,€39.99

PR Contacts:

Emma Jenkins

Oxygen Games

T: 01933 442660

DD: 01933 446432


About Oxygen Games™

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