Thursday, September 30, 2010

Uncover the Deadly Truth in Women's Murder Club: Little Black Lies, a New Mystery Game from I-play

Women's Murder Club 4: Little Black Lies (I-play)

In a press release today, I-play, a division of Oberon Media, announced the release of the fourth game in the Women's Murder Club series, Little Black Lies.

Based on characters created by bestselling crime novelist James Patterson, this thrilling interactive game has more twists and turns than ever, including allowing players the option to play as the killer for the first time ever in a chilling epilogue.

"As the millions of fans who have downloaded the first three games will attest, interactive games are a great way to tell a Women's Murder Club story," says Patterson. "Seeing the characters come to life in the beautiful environments I-play creates is an ongoing thrill for me."

In Women's Murder Club: Little Black Lies, a cold case heats up when a true-crime author is put on ice. Famous for uncovering the truth, Regina Blacklock learns that sometimes the truth can be deadly. When Blacklock is discovered in her car, authorities find a strange clue leading them straight to the Women's Murder Club. Through more than 29 beautifully illustrated scenes, players must collect evidence to piece together clues in eight shocking investigations. The game offers endless re-playability, providing hours of edge-of-your-seat crime solving as players discover what this present day homicide has to do with the 1975 murder of a local teenager.

Women's Murder Club: Little Black Lies is now available on and includes an exclusive excerpt from James Patterson's next book in the Women's Murder Club series, 10th Anniversary, scheduled for publication next spring.

Watch a trailer for the game below.


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