Questerium: Sinister Trinity is out on iOS Today, from G5 Entertainment & Urse Games
After a meteor falls on the outskirts of a small city, a local professor builds a machine to harness the meteorite’s energy… but the experiment goes out of control and the city is destroyed. Now you must undertake a rescue mission for two lost children in Questerium: Sinister Trinity, launched for iOS today by G5 Entertainment and Urse Games. Download free this spine-chilling, hidden object adventure, then hurry and get the full game unlock at up to 40% off through February 13th.
Questerium: Sinister Trinity contains all features hidden object adventure should to become a fan-favorite. Mysterious locations are sparkle with detailed, bright graphics. The story twists will keep you on your toes until the last minute. Mini-games will put your puzzle-solving skills to a challenging test. Moreover, there are bank notes and coins cleverly hidden in certain locations. The money you find will provide an opportunity to shop for decorations and create your own garden.
What makes this adventure stand out from similar games in the genre is that the main characters are depicted by live actors, so you will be able to enjoy all range of real human emotions. Plus the game has four difficulty modes: casual, normal, hard, pro that creates a custom difficulty based on your choice. Questerium: Sinister Trinity is an incredible scientific adventure that will leave you wanting more. Go get it on the App Store now!
The game is developed by Urse Games and published on iOS by G5 Entertainment (NASDAQ OMX: G5EN).
•39 awesome locations to search
•17 hidden object scenes to explore
•21 brain-bending mini-games
•23 achievements to earn
•15 mutant plants to collect
•Four difficulty modes: casual, normal, hard, pro
•Decorate your orchard with special items
Questerium: Sinister Trinity is available for download to iPhone and iPad today. Gamers can try the game for free and unlock the full version via in-app purchase for $2.99 on iPhone and $4.99 on iPad through March 13th (reg. $4.99/$6.99).