LOS ANGELES, CA (July 14, 2010)– Leading game developer and publisher Legacy Interactive announced today the release of The Lost Cases of 221B Baker St. for iPhone, the latest in its series of Sherlock Holmes-themed mystery games.

The Lost Cases of 221B Baker St. has you solving mysteries with Sherlock Holmes and Watson. Using a mixture of addictive Hidden Object game play and deductive reasoning, it's quick, fun and endlessly repeatable, with little chance of ever getting the same mystery twice. Help figure out the motive and narrow down the suspect and murder weapon to solve each case. The game play features beautifully detailed graphics, 20 wily suspects, 11 different motives, 20 unique weapons, 10 locations to search for evidence, and large hidden objects which are fun to find.

The Lost Cases of 221B Baker St. is now available on iTunes and is retailing for $1.99.

For more information, please send a request to:

Legacy Interactive PR Contact

Lisa Haasbroek



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About Legacy Interactive

Legacy Interactive ® is a leading developer and publisher of casual games. Entertaining customers since 1998, the company has built a reputation for developing intelligent, realistic, and engaging games for a broad audience. Located in Los Angeles, Legacy has introduced new interactive genres, including its Hollywood Hits TM series of games based on popular TV dramas such as Law&Order, Murder She Wrote, Ghost Whisperer, Criminal Minds, and House M.D. Legacy is also known for its RealLife GAMES ® medical simulations that include such titles as Pet Pals ® , Emergency Room ® and Zoo Vet. Legacy's games and simulations are distributed worldwide, online and retail, in more than 15 languages, on its game portal, www.legacygames.com as well as through distribution partners such as Ubisoft, Mindscape, and JoWood.

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