Steal a glimpse of Hoodwink – trailer released

London, Thursday June 21, 2012 – E-One studio today released the first ever trailer of the recently announced PC adventure game Hoodwink. The trailer gives a tantalising glimpse of the post-epidemic megacity called Global-01 and the jaded world-view of protagonist Michael Bezzle.

With clips of the predicaments he finds himself in and some of the – highly – dysfunctional characters he meets, the video gives an enticing foretaste of Michael’s adventures and the outrageous scenarios that the player will share with him in Hoodwink.

The trailer also features excerpts from the specially-commissioned soundtrack to the game by award-winning composer Leon Willett.

Hoodwink is a classic point and click adventure, in which you play Michael Bezzle, a smart-mouthed bumbling scoundrel seeking to turn over a new leaf and settle down with his girlfriend. However his luck takes a turn for the worse when his final caper lands him in trouble with the government and he must rely on his wits as he gets further enmeshed in the machinations of the state.

The trailer is also available to view at E-One Studio’s Facebook page and on Youtube at [link to come]. For more information and regular updates on Hoodwink, follow @EOneStudio on Twitter.

Hoodwink will be available on PC from Origin ™ exclusively from 28th June, priced at £14.99. Translated text versions in German, French, Simplified Chinese, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese and Italian will also be available at launch.

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