LOS ANGELES, CA (February 10, 2010)– Leading casual game developer and publisher Legacy Interactive® announced today the release of Wolfgang Hohlbein's The Inquisitor, an exciting hidden object adventure based on Wolfgang Hohlbein’s thrilling novel set in the mysterious world of the Middle Ages. Wolfgang Hohlbein's The Inquisitor is available for direct PC download exclusively on Legacy Games at http://www.legacygames.com.
In Wolfgang Hohlbein's The Inquisitor you play as Tobias, a young and inquisitive monk in search of the truth to save a remote village. Not only does Tobias know the supposed witch accused of bringing disaster to the village, they were once madly in love. Uncover clues and solve challenging puzzles in this timeless journey filled with mystery and intrigue.
"With the addition of Wolfgang Hohlbein's The Inquisitor to our rapidly increasing catalog of games, Legacy is making a name for itself as a successful third party digital game distributor," says Ariella Lehrer, President of Legacy Interactive.
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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™ 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.comas well as through distribution partners such as Ubisoft, Mindscape, and JoWood.