Unique hidden object simulation, Art Mogul, from G5 Entertainment & Funzai!, Available now at the App Store

For Immediate Release

San Francisco, California – January 30, 2013 – Have you ever wondered what it's like to be an art dealer? G5 and Funzai! today bring you a special creative new simulation entitled Art Mogul, where you can see if you have an artistic eye required to be a world-renowned mogul of the arts. Now available on iOS, the game introduces you to the meticulous process of uncovering fakes and masterpieces, acquiring priceless collections, and driving up the values of classic paintings. Then throws you into the art world and give you a chance to build a successful auction house.

You will travel around the world, bidding at exciting auctions, exposing fakes and masterpieces as well as acquiring priceless collections. Find over a thousand objects, open your very own art gallery and build your art empire that will stand the test of time.

One of the distinguishing features of Art Mogul is uniqueness of game sessions. It's up to you to buy a famous artwork in the gallery that is a guaranteed original, or look for masterpieces in the cafes, though they often host skilled counterfeits. To lower the price of the painting you need to find various items on it. If you find all the hidden objects, you'll get a large discount. Then you can visit another gallery to sell the pattern at a higher price. If you purchased a fake artwork in a café, you can sell it to another café or even to a gallery, but it can put your career at risk.

In order to get a precious painting at a lower price and prevent other dealers from further bidding, you'll have to find an object on the painting that is shown at the bottom of the screen in a few seconds. If you fail to do this, you may end up paying higher for the painting than it actually costs. Another source of income is requested paintings. If you can find and deliver an artwork with particular elements, you'll get a considerable fee for it.

Innovative gameplay, remarkable graphics and artistic atmosphere make Art Mogul a valuable gaming experience for all casual game fans. The game is developed and published on iOS by G5 Entertainment under license from Funzai!.

 

Key Features:

  • 430 Pictures worth a thousand words
  • 21 Hidden object scenes
  • 7 Exciting cities to visit: San-Francisco, New York, London, Paris, Saint-Petersburg, Shanghai, and Tokyo
  • 40 Achievements to earn
  • 3 Art Museums to buy
Art Mogul is available for download to iPhone and iPad today. Gamers can try the game for free and unlock the full version through an in-app purchase for $2.99 on iPhone and $4.99 on iPad through February 2, 2013 (reg. $4.99 on iPhone and $6.99 on iPad). Originally the game was developed for PC by Funzai!.

Game trailer:

Art Mogul for iPhone and iPad

Assets:

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

When: Today, January 30, 2013

Where:

iTunes Store:

Art Mogul for iPhone

Art Mogul HD for iPad

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.

More information about the company can be found at: www.g5e.se/corporate.

 


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