Sponsored Android Game Review – Mysteryville

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App Name
: Mysteryville by Nevosoft

Description:
There's something sinister happening in Mysteryville: the cats have started to disappear from this quaint little down. You take the role as a young journalist named Laura Winner set out to determine what exactly is happening to all the felines in town. Laura uses her detective skills as a journalist to discover various secrets hidden through all 21 buildings in town. Hot on the trail of the mystery, you and Laura interview the town's residents and find clues to solve the case. As you travel around town you, interact and meet various characters all with different personalities in an unpredictable adventure.

How it works:
Mysteryville is a classic hidden object game. You move around town from building to building interviewing each town resident.  After briefly speaking to them, you're tasked to search the room or building and find all of the miscellaneous items scattered through the scenery. You'll search for keys, dice, bottles of wine, playing cards and just about anything including the kitchen sink. Once you find an object, just tap the screen to mark it as completed so that you may mark that object off of the list. Sometimes you may need a little help, Nevosoft has you covered. Just tap the light bulb icon and an area of the screen will sparkle giving you a quick hint to where the another object lies.

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Upon completing a level, you can post your progress to either Facebook or Twitter before moving on to the next level. Being a social game, Mysteryville also supports the widely popular gaming platform OpenFeint so you truly interact with your friends.

Opinion:
Hidden object games can become an obsession and are very addicting. The games suck you in and you are compelled to find one more clue before you call it a night. You'll find yourself beaming and filled with a rush of excitement upon finding that last hidden object in Mysteryville. The feeling that comes from solving a case leaves you with a sense of accomplishment and pride.

Pros:
In addition to being fun to play and addictive, Mysteryville's graphics are very sharp and detail oriented. The game play is quite smooth as you move from level to level and building to building. The novice hidden object gamer will love the mystery while the experienced gamer will be thrilled upon completing each levels challenges.

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Cons:
Use OpenFeint, Facebook, or Twitter to brag about your scores. Taking screenshots, at least using the Ice Cream Sandwich built in technique, causes the game to close. I'm sure this bug will be fixed in the near future.

Conclusion:
I enjoyed putting on my sleuth hat and getting into detective journalist mode. If you are a hidden object game lover and love solving criminal mysteries, you'll love Mysteryville. The wonderful story, unique characters, short challenges, and crisp graphics make this game worth having a look and spending the $2.99 for the full version.

Market Link:  Mysteryville on Google Play

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Press Release:

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Mysteryville: detective story from Nevosoft now available on Google Play

St. Petersburg, Russia, March 22, 2012.  Nevosoft, a top Russian casual game developer, announced the release of Mysteryville: detective story – an intriguing mix of hidden object adventures, exciting puzzles and a thrilling investigation.

The plot of the game is quite extreme. Experienced journalist Laura Winner comes to a small town to write an article. But suspicious circumstances turn change her plans and she spirals into a thrilling detective story.  All the cats are missing and Laura is determined to figure out the riddles surrounding Mysteryville. She explores the town and meet with variety of odd and mysterious residents. With each puzzle she solves the closer she gets to figuring out Mysteryville's big secret and save the missing felines.

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Mysteryville is a classic hidden object game. The gameplay is smooth and addictive. Each location provides multiple item-based puzzles to solve. Puzzles consist of finding objects of a particular type, locating miscellaneous items from a list, unearthing things based on their silhouettes, and locating the bits and pieces that differ in two identical side-by-side scenes. Criminal story comes through 21 items. Other pleasant features include unique characters, sharp graphics and a wide variety of different locations that will draw you into Mysteryville's mysterious atmosphere!

Main features:
– Classic hidden object searches
– Unpredictable adventure from Nevosoft
– Mysterious detective story
– Addictive gameplay
– Sharp graphics and truly unique characters

Mysteryville  is available in English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Dutch, Portuguese, Swedish, Russian and Chinese.

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Mysteryville Google Play link: http://bit.ly/Mysteryville_Android
In-Game trailer link: http://youtu.be/_uFYklKlP4U
Info page with video and screenshots: http://android.nevosoft.com/games/mysteryville
Press-Kit: http://android.nevosoft.com/games/mysteryville/presskit

About Nevosoft
Nevosoft is a leading casual game developer and distributor in Russia and Eastern Europe based in St. Petersburg, Russia. It delivers downloadable and online entertainment software for various platforms. Nevosoft was founded in 2002 and is internationally renowned for its best selling, award-winning games like My Kingdom for the Princess I, II & III, Mushroom Age, Mysteryville I & II, Christmasville, Supercow and about 25 more.

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