Solve the spooky mystery of a ship that was long thought to be lost at sea!
Put on your private investigator hat in this hidden object puzzle adventure set in a beautiful yet grim environment. The mayor of Port Providence has written you about a ship that vanished at sea years ago only to reappear recently with no sign of the crew or cargo. Upon taking the case and arriving in town, discover a weird place that has been beset by a curse and is haunted by the memory of a terrible fire.
While paranormal explanations are suggested by the local press, you suspect a much more banal culprit and set out to unearth the dirty secrets at the bottom of the so-called curse. Determine what connects the ship’s disappearance with Devil’s Island and a family’s unsolved murder. But can you find the allies you need to reveal the hidden motives of Port Providence’s residents?
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● 68 engaging and captivating levels
● 14 uniquely enticing mini-games
● 13 inspiring achievements
● Seven enigmatic characters
● Gripping storyline and unparalleled hand-drawn art
● Game Center Support
● New iPad Retina Display Support
Game available in: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Korean, Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Polish
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- May 30, 2014 Initial release