Tri Synergy To Bring Gamers Ghost in the Sheet

Upton, MA, September 13th, 2007– Tri Synergy, Inc. ( www.trisynergy.com) is excited to announce that they will soon be bringing to gamers Ghost in the Sheet, a comedic point’n’click adventure game set in the eerie abandoned factory,“Sector Omega.”

Ghost in the Sheet is a comedy adventure game of supernatural proportions. Become a ghost and master your new paranormal skill set to unravel the secrets of your life-after-death adventure! Mystery, intrigue, comedy and adventure await…aren’t you just dying to play?

Features include:

    <*>Unique plot that begins with the end of the character’s life <*>Immersive highly detailed environments <*>Innovative paranormal skill system <*>Intriguing storyline with 10 NPCs (alive and otherwise) involved in the plot <*>Original soundtrack with spooky mood music

Critics who have already passed into the afterlife and played Ghost in the Sheet have been raving about how paranormally addicting it is:

A Ghastly Good Adventure ...Ghoulishly Clever - JustAdventure.com

...dry, humorous touch that adds a lightheartedness throughout– AdventureGamers.com

Ghost in the Sheet is scheduled for an October 2007 release&will retail for $19.99 MSRP. Get more information from the official Tri Synergy webpage.

About Tri Synergy

Founded in 1996 in Dallas, Texas, Tri Synergy is a computer and video game publishing company offering software developers an indispensable alternative to traditional affiliate label and licensing programs.

Tri Synergy actively encourages the creative process by relieving the developer of the time constraints inherent in managing the business factions of publishing a successful software title. Tri Synergy coordinates every key step for the developer including sales services, distribution, vendor relations, marketing, public relations, manufacturing, packaging, inventory management, fulfillment and more.

For more information, visit http://www.trisynergy.com.


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