Aurora: The Secret Within Goes Gold

13th March 2008

Sheffield, England– March 13th, 2008– Video games publisher Lexicon Entertainment are pleased to announce that‘Aurora: The Secret Within’ has hit gold status and set for a release date of April 25th 2008.

Roswell, 1950 and a sensational rumour from the US Army have surfaced. A flying saucer has crashed near Roswell.

While this unbelievable event is broadcasting, the detective Pileggi falls into a mysterious case about the vanishing of a local farmer. During the investigation, he will discover that his reality has always been an illusion.

The Pentagon has been leading people to believe that Area 51 has been hiding projects about supersonic airplanes or alien technologies. The truth however is that the base was developed for a secret project called Aurora.

A secret project developed for time travel...

Features Include:

• 40 noir's placing within New Mexico

• 3D rooms exploration

• Original soundtrack and audio effects

• 3D interactive animated characters

• Logical, mathematical riddles and puzzles that gradually get harder

• Multiple choices dialogues, influencing the story

• 3D cut scene movies

• Multiple endings

For more information, screens and videos please visit:

www.lexiconentertainment.com

About Lexicon Entertainment:

Lexicon Entertainment UK Limited is a leading publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment software for video game console systems and personal computers. The company was founded in 2006 and has published over 25 products globally with a target for 20 for 2007/8. Lexicon Entertainment is currently developing on Nintendo DS, Nintendo Wii, Playstation3 and PC.


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