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Letters From Nowhere: A Hidden Object Mystery Now On Kindle Fire, Care of G5 & Awem Studio

Fan favorite hidden object game becomes a social free-to-play phenomenon ready to ensnare lovers of adventure games with its beauty and whimsical story line

San Francisco, California - March 24, 2014 - Mysterious things start to happen in your town and all count on you to stop the evil forces from wreaking havoc in the Letters From Nowhere: A Hidden Object Mystery, available on Kindle Fire now, care of G5 Entertainment and Awem Studio.

Letters From Nowhere: A Hidden Object Mystery has its roots in the already successful and beloved Letters from Nowhere franchise. The new, free-to-play adventure takes gamers on a very personal quest. Seven years have passed since your parents went missing and you left Hazewich. Upon your return you find that strange things are happening again. Witches are trying to conquer the town, and threatening secrets from the past keep surfacing! If that wasn't enough, demons walk openly, and scary symbols keep appearing in the morgue following enigmatic murders. Are you ready to confront the overwhelming evil to save your old town ... and maybe the whole world?

Letters From Nowhere: A Hidden Object Mystery is filled with excitement. The game offers you endless entertainment with over 340 quests, 26 hidden object scenes, seven different types of mini-games and upcoming free updates with loads of new content. Help tools include a camera that shows hidden items placement for a few seconds, a pallet that turns words into pictures in the list of hidden objects, a timer that replenishes the time in the scene, a magic ball that reveals items when move over them, a lantern that makes the light spot in the dark scenes larger and a day bonus that turns night into day if you don't like to search in the dark. You'll also have to collect stamps hidden in each scene that can restore your energy and black cats that unlock mirror, chalk, spot the difference, zodiac, talisman and card puzzles. There is so much more to do in A Hidden Object Mystery! Download it now and start your engrossing adventure!

Letters From Nowhere: A Hidden Object Mystery is developed by Awem Studio and published on Android OS by G5 Entertainment.

Key Features:

- Over 340 heart-pounding quests to fulfill

- 26 eerie hidden object scenes to search

- 61 collections to gather for bonuses and awards

- Seven different types of mini-games to master

- Regular free updates with loads of new content

Letters From Nowhere: A Hidden Object Mystery is available for download for Kindle Fire today. The game is free with additional bonuses available via in-app purchase from within.

Game trailer:

Letters From Nowhere: A Hidden Object Mystery for Kindle Fire

Assets:  ftp://ftp.g5e.com/PR/

When: Today, March 24, 2014


Amazon Appstore: 

Letters From Nowhere: A Hidden Object Mystery for Kindle Fire

The game is also available on iOS and Google Play.

For additional information please contact: press@g5e.com

About G5 Entertainment AB (publ)

G5 Entertainment AB is a developer and publisher of high quality downloadable games for iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac, Windows 8, 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.com/corporate.

Press Contact:

Vera Mayuk, PR manager, vera.mayuk@g5e.com

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