G5 Entertainment, known for its best-selling iPhone games like Stand O'Food and Supermarket Mania, today announced The Mystery of the Crystal Portal for iPhone and iPod Touch. The brain-bending hidden-object game was the first-ever winner of the Great Games Award in July 2009, and spent more than 1,000 days in Top 10 charts of the leading casual game portals.
When journalist Nicole Rankwist's archaeologist father disappears, the intrepid reporter sets off to discover his whereabouts. The Mystery of the Crystal Portal takes players on a globetrotting journey with Nicole, searching exotic and mysterious locations the world over. With challenging hidden-object gameplay, an intriguing storyline and stunning full-screen graphics, The Mystery of the Crystal Portal is a thrilling escape for gamers of all ages.
The Mystery of the Crystal Portal features include:
- Unique Hidden Object Gameplay
- Original Storyline
- Stunning Scenes to Search
- Loads of Brain-Bending Fun
The Mystery of the Crystal Portal is available on the App Store at: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=341329826&mt=8
For more information, please visit The Mystery of the Crystal Portal's home page at http://www.g5e.com/games/the_mystery_of_the_crystal_portal or the G5 Entertainment YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/g5enter.
More information about G5 Entertainment can be found at: www.g5e.se
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About G5 Entertainment AB (publ)
G5 Entertainment AB is a developer and publisher of high quality downloadable games for mobile, PC, home and portable consoles. G5 started as the world's leading mobile game development studio, developing games based on popular licenses for Electronic Arts, Disney, and THQ. G5 is now developing and publishing its own 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 PC and iPhone game franchises like Supermarket Mania, Stand O' Food and Mahjongg Artifacts, and invests in creating new games and bringing company's established franchises to new game platforms. G5's portfolio of own games is set to grow to over 20 before the end of 2009. G5's games target the growing audience of over 200 million casual game players on PC, over 40 million Apple iPhone devices sold to date, and over 52 million Sony PSP devices sold to date, and will expand further as G5 brings its franchises to new platforms.
G5 also develops and licenses user interface design solution for wireless operators and handset manufacturers - MIDS. MIDS is licensed by Russia's leading wireless operator Vimpel Communications (Beeline).