Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Games of Mystery: Freddi Fish (Wii) and Mystery Case Files (DS)

Games of Mystery

, your source for mystery-themed games, parties, and vacations, has updated its website with new Nintendo mystery games, one being released this week and another in early September.

Freddi Fish: Kelp Seed Mystery

The charming (and educational!) Freddi Fish mystery games for kids come to the Nintendo Wii. In their first adventure on this platform, help underwater detective Freddi Fish and her finny friend Luther solve the case of the Kelp Seed Mystery, available in stores and on our website this week. Grandma Grouper's kelp seeds are missing and, without them, all of the sea creatures will go hungry. Explore marine caves, deep canyons, and fascinating places like King Crab's Castle, and outwit two criminal sharks, in an effort to rescue the colorful reef.

Freddi Fish: Kelp Seed Mystery is rated E for Everyone.

Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir

Spot clues to find the rightful heir! It takes a keen set of "private eyes" to identify the heir in Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir, the first game in this popular series to be available on the DS. There are 12 potential heirs to investigate, 30 detailed scenes to peruse, and over 1,000 hidden objects to find. Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir is the only Mystery Case Files game to include multi-player options. In multi-player modes players can search for clues together or compete against each other in real time.

Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir is rated E for Everyone and is scheduled to be available on September 8th.. [MBN note: The first 4 Mystery Case Files mystery games may be purchased from or played online at .]

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