The Mystery of the Crystal Portal Comes to PSP® Minis

Mystery of the Crystal Portal - PSP Mystery of the Crystal Portal PSP

June 30, 2010- G5 Entertainment, known for its best-selling portable titles like Supermarket Mania, Stand O'Food, and Jane's Hotel, today announced The Mystery of the Crystal Portal for the PSP ® (PlayStation ® Portable) system and the PlayStation ® 3 computer entertainment system. One of the best-selling hidden object games of all time, The Mystery of the Crystal Portal features innovative gameplay, an intriguing storyline, stunning full-screen graphics, and more. The game launches today across Europe, followed by the North American launch in one week on July 6.

"The Mystery of the Crystal Portal has been a huge hit on every platform we've done," said Vlad Suglobov, founder and CEO of G5 Entertainment. "Hidden object games are by far the most popular in the casual category at the moment, and as this is the first serious entry in the hidden object genre for the PSP Minis, we expect it to be a great success on this platform as well."

Embark on a brain-bending adventure that's full of unique hidden object fun. Journalist Nicole Rankwist has always been close to her archaeologist father, so when he suddenly goes missing, Nicole knows she has to find him. After all, he apparently just made a discovery that could "change the course of humanity." Join Nicole as she searches the globe on an eye-popping quest to find her father and discover the truth behind the Crystal Portal.

For more information on The Mystery of the Crystal Portal and other great games from G5, please visit www.g5e.com, G5 Entertainment's YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/g5enter, G5's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/g5games, or G5's Twitter channel at www.twitter.com/g5games.


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