Square Enix Tell Victorian Mysteries: The Moonstone On iTunes

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Square Enix released another new on iTunes today, titled Victorian Mysteries: The Moonstone. This is an investigation game developed by Freeze Tag, and is based on a 19th century novel of the same name by Wilkie Collins.

 

You play as Detective Cuff, trying to locate the stolen Moonstone diamond at the Verinder estate, a Victorian mansion. To do this, you’ll have to investigate and question multiple suspects by hunting for clues and acquiring evidence.

 

Square Enix say the game has music composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, a 19th century Russian composer. It’ll set you back by $1.99 (1.59 Euros in Europe) on the iPhone and $2.99 (2.39 Euros in Europe) on the iPad.

 


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