Hampton: 9th December 2011. Licensed 4U, the international sales and licensing agency and Nintendo and PC publisher, has signed nine Nintendo 3DS titles for publication under its own Licensed 4U label during 2012.
The first title, Secret Mysteries in London, will appear on February 10th with the other eight following throughout 2012. They include two from the ever-popular Jewel Quest series: Jewel Quest IV Heritage and Jewel Quest VI The Sapphire Dragon plus Jewel Quest Mysteries 3 The Seventh Gate, 4 Elements, Azada, Luxor Quest for the Afterlife, Mah Jong Quest II and Farm Frenzy 3.
Secret Mysteries in London is a hidden object adventure game which sees the player explore London and travel to 13 other locations including Paris, Amsterdam, Washington and Berlin to search for clues as to a serial killer’s identity.
Commenting on the range of Nintendo 3DS releases due for release next year, Licensed 4U’s managing director Adam Prichard commented: “Recently having met with a number of key supermarkets, it is apparent that the 3DS market really needs some good hidden object and match-three titles. There’s nothing intimidating about picking up a hidden object or match-three game and I think that’s why they really appeal to the female gamer more than anything. Plus 3DS is an ideal opportunity for publishers and retail alike to make a decent margin again by maintaining a £29.99 price point.”
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Licensed 4U is a one-stop business solution for developers and publishers requiring representation in the fast moving and competitive UK video games industry. The company also offers licensing and international sales services across the globe to companies who want their titles licensed out or sold worldwide. The company also publishes a range of PC, Nintendo DS and 3DS titles.