Murder on the Nintendo DS
Yeah, I wasn’t gonna try and fit Emily Archer & The Curse of Tutankhamun in the title without it breaking the page, but for those of you that like these girly mystery type of things, you should be able to get your hands on it this Friday, March 18th.
It’s a ‘hidden object’ game from Mastertronic that is set in 1920’s Egypt that takes you on an adventure as you seek out the truth behind Emily Archer & The Curse of Tutankhamun… Although, when you say it like that, it makes you think of some kind of Miss Marple thing.
Mastertonic’s Producer Director Neil McKenna said: “Sales of the Nintendo DS have cleared over 125 Million units worldwide. Adventure puzzle games have enjoyed some great success in this huge market and we’re confident Emily Archer & The Curse of Tutankhamun has the potential to do the same.”
Lady Archer is invited to Egypt to see the priceless treasure of King Tutankhamun by her friend Lord Carnarvon. She arrives two months later to find her dear friend murdered and the mask of Tutankhamun stolen. She must then try to solve the murder and find the missing mask of Tutankahmun.
Search 30 varied scenes through 1920s Egypt, including excavations, tombs and hotel room. Search for clues and missing objects to discover who’s murdered Emily’s friend Lord Carnarvon and find the missing treasure of Tutankhamun. With puzzles round every corner players are also challenged to take on 30 thrilling mini-games including opening safes, repairing documents, mixing cocktails and many more. The great gameplay is complemented by beautiful backgrounds and an engrossing soundtrack.