Do you like mysteries? Do you have a copy of the entire Sherlock Holmes collection? Have you ever worn two baseball caps? If you have, you know what I am talking about (I was quite the nerdy kid). If you are like me, and enjoy a good brain stretch, then listen up! It involves free stuff, so watch this trailer and read below!
Looks kind of interesting doesn’t it? This is an awesome casual gaming experience! All kinds of ways to tickle your noggin!
I know, I KNOW!! “We were to believe that there would be punch and pie!“
Well this time, THERE IS!!! Read the following excerpt from the official press release for all the details:
To celebrate the launch of Blue Toad Murder Files: The Mysteries of Little Riddle on PC today, Relentless Software announces a Twitter Riddle. Two puzzles will be posted on @Blue_Toad each day until Saturday 27th November. The first 10 people to solve the puzzle will win a download copy of Blue Toad Murder Files on PC.
The Twitter riddle can be found at http://twitter.com/blue_toad and will feature topical clues and puzzles twice a day. Once the clues are solved, followers will then need to select pre-decided letters from the clue and keep them until the final day where all letters will form an anagram. To be in with a chance of winning a prize people will need to send a direct message to Blue_Toad with their answer.
Stuart Dodman, Operations Manager at Relentless, commented: “Twitter is an ideal platform to launch a short sharp burst of mystery riddle detection. This is an initiative we see running and running, and a great way to involve and expand our loyal community.”
Blue Toad Murder Files: The Mysteries of Little Riddle launches for PC on 24th November 2010 priced £14.99 / $19.99. The game will be released via direct download from online games distribution partners as well as directly from www.bluetoadmurderfiles.co.uk.
I am really excited about this game, and you should be too! I will be putting out a review in the next couple of days, so keep an eye out!
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