Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings by G5 & Fenomen Games Bedazzles the Google Play, Kindle Fire & Nook Today

For Immediate Release

San Francisco, California – November 15, 2012 – Getting a rich painting from a generous stranger sounds like a nice surprise, but turns out to be a conniving plan to kidnap a child in the latest totally enchanting adventure from G5 and Fenomen Games – Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings. Today this top-notch hidden object puzzle adventure game has appeared on Google Play, Kindle Fire, Nook and received an update on iOS. Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings has bedazzled casual game fans and critics with its glorious artwork and fascinating gameplay.

In Lost Souls, you're plunged into game play when a mysterious painting from a spooky, old castle appears on the doorstep of Bella's house. Her happy and peaceful life crumbles to dust from the moment it arrives. Bella's child disappears suddenly and all police and FBI efforts to find him are in vain. Bella's only option is to enlist the help of some otherworldly friends. Join the grieving mother as she travels through enchanted paintings, exploring the worlds within them in search of her son.

Leave no stone unturned as you locate items and use them to gather more clues or get through obstacles. Meet the colorful inhabitants of these odd worlds and help them as they help you throughout your journey. Solve amazing puzzles, discover startling secrets, and immerse yourself in a bewitching atmosphere and rescue Bella's son in this breathtaking, hidden-object adventure.

Key Features:

  • 25 Stunning locations to explore
  • 25 Tricky mini-games to master
  • 9 Extra locations
  • 4 Extra mini-games
  • In-depth strategy guide
Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings is available for download on Google Play, Kindle Fire, Nook and the updated version on iPhone and iPad today. Gamers can try the game for free and buy the Colector's Edition for $2.99 on iPhone, Google Play and Kindle Fire and $4.99 on iPad through Friday, November 16 (reg. $4.99 on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire and $6.99 on iPad) and $4.99 on Nook. Originally the game was developed for PC by Fenomen Games.

Game trailers:

Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings for Google Play

Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings for Kindle Fire

Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings for Nook

Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings for iPhone and iPad

Assets:

ftp://ftp.g5e.com/PR/

When: Today, November 15, 2012

Where:

Google Play:

Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings for Google Play

Amazon Appstore:

Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings for Kindle Fire

Nook Store:

Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings for Nook

iTunes Store:

Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings for iPhone

Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings HD for iPad

Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings (Full) for iPhone

Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings HD (Full) for iPad


For further information, visit the homepages of Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings for Google Play, Kindle Fire, Nook, iPhone and iPad, G5 Entertainment's YouTube channel, G5's Facebook, Google+ and Twitter pages. Marketing materials for the game are available at ftp://ftp.g5e.com/PR/.

More information about the company can be found at: www.g5e.se/corporate. For additional information please contact: press@g5e.com.

About G5 Entertainment AB

G5 Entertainment AB is a developer and publisher of high quality downloadable games for iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac, Kindle Fire, and Nook tablets. G5 develops and publishes games that are family-friendly, easy to learn, and targeted at the widest audience of experienced and novice players. G5 owns a number of popular game franchises like Virtual City, Special Enquiry Detail, Supermarket Mania, Stand O'Food, and Mahjongg Artifacts, and invests in creating new games and bringing established franchises to new gaming platforms.


 


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