Burnsville, MN - September 22, 2008– GameMill Entertainment and Gunnar Games today announced the release of a new Hidden Object casual game, titled Lost Secrets™ Bermuda Triangle. The product will offer players the ability to explore a series of sunken wrecks and shipyards near the Bermuda Triangle.
“GameMill and Gunnar Games have worked together to create a hidden object game with in depth levels, minigames, and puzzles that stand above the rest.” Gary Miller, CEO of GameMill Entertainment.
In Lost Secrets™ Bermuda Triangle our Story begins when Rachel, a librarian discovers that she has a relative who went missing as apart of a famous wreck in the mysterious seas of the Atlantic. Throughout her journey she must sort out fact from fiction as the modern day Pirates of the Bermuda Triangle are happy to“help” her along the way!
“Lost Secrets™ Bermuda Triangle has a great storyline with romance and deception that will draw the players into the game.“ Jamie Nye, President of Gunnar Games.
Lost Secrets™ Bermuda Triangle will be available at retail stores across the country and online through many portals beginning October 2008.
More information about Lost Secrets™ Bermuda Triangle can be found at http://www.gamemillpublishing.com/Bermuda.html
About Gunnar Games
Gunnar Games is a computer game development company specializing in casual, adventure, and kids' games for the PC, Mac, Nintendo Wii, and Nintendo DS platforms. Since its incorporation in 1997, the company has been involved in the development of over 25 commercial titles. Gunnar Games is located in sunny Miami, Florida.
About GameMill Entertainment
GameMill Entertainment is located near Minneapolis, Minnesota. GameMill is a third party publisher of various Children’s and Casual games for the PC, Nintendo DS™, and Nintendo Wii™. With development across the globe, GameMill is a source of entertaining and fun games for all ages. Some of GameMill’s our best-selling titles include Puppy Luv, Hidden Mysteries™ Civil War, Cooking Quest, Hidden Expedition™ Titanic, and Hawaiian Explorer: Pearl Harbor.