Mystery Novel on Korean market

Moscow, Russia, August, 2011 - Game Factory Interactive (GFI), one of the leading Russian game publishers and developers, is glad to announce the release of Mystery Novel in Korea. Nextepmedia will be responsible for the sales, marketing and distribution of the game on Korean market.

Mystery Novel is a captivating hidden object game. At the grand opening of a brand new prison, Mayor Lambert is assassinated! The killer is soon after put to death, but during the execution the electric chair causes a fire in the prison, burning the new building to the ground. As the new Crime Editor of the City Time paper, it’s up to you to solve the mysterious circumstances behind the fire and discover the truth behind an ancient amulet in Mystery Novel!

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About Russobit-M/GFI

Russobit-M/GFI is a Russian computer games developer, publisher and distributor, and one of the acknowledged leaders in the industry. The company was founded in 1999, and within these years of its existence has published more than one hundred projects under its brand with more than 150 of them developed in Russia.

About Nextepmedia, Inc.

Nextepmedia, Inc. is the leading digital distributor of computer games in Korea.  It markets and distributes over 400+ (many localized) games through its own site,,  and 10+ affiliated leading Web portals partners.  The company was founded in 2002.  

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