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  Asmodee Digital and Playsoft Bring Popular Tabletop Game Mysterium to iOS, Android and PC This December
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Asmodee Digital and Playsoft Bring Popular Tabletop Game Mysterium to iOS, Android and PC This December


Asmodee Digital and Libellud are proud to announce the digital version of Mysterium:

Help an amnesic ghost of the Warwick Manor unmask his assassin through a captivating investigation.


Paris, November 8, 2016 - Asmodee Digital, a studio specializing in the digital adaptation of board games, and the board game publisher, Libellud, are announcing the upcoming release of the award-winning board game Mysterium on iOS, Android and Steam. Developed by innovative French studio Playsoft, this faithful adaptation takes players back in time to the 1920s and shed a light on the mystery that surrounds the murder of the Warwick Mansion ghost.


Mysterium, winner of numerous awards such as the Golden Geek and As d’Or 2016 Game of the Year, has been charming players ever since its launch with more than 300,000 units sold worldwide. Created by the duo Oleksandr Nevskiy and Oleg Sidorenko and published by Libellud, Mysterium quickly became a staple of every board game collection. Today, thanks to Asmodee Digital, the mystery comes to life on smartphones, tablets and PCs in the form of this beautiful digital adaptation.


Ghost or psychic, make your choice!


Join the team of the brilliant clairvoyant Mr. MacDowell as a psychic for an exceptional séance! Lend a hand to the ghost haunting the walls of the Warwick Manor in his search for memories of his suspicious death. Read into the ghost’s visions to gather information on numerous leads in this atmospheric, cunning and immersive game. In Mysterium, gamers can also play as the ghost, whose communication with other psychics is limited to visions and dreams represented by beautifully illustrated cards.


An adventure to experience alone or with other players


Mysterium allows players from all over the world to investigate together in multiplayer mode and cooperate through an in-game chat that enables fellow players to point out visual clues on a card. Players can also share their visions with other psychics and approve or reject their choices with Clairvoyance Tokens. In Mysterium, up to 7 players can join together for fun, engaging games. And for those who wish to enter the manor alone, the Story Mode offers players the possibility to discover who killed the ghost, in which room and with what weapon through a several hours long investigation full of twists and turns.


Exclusive features and new adventures to come


Players well-versed in Mysterium’s secrets can rest assured that Asmodee Digital and Libellud have included exclusive features for the digital version of Mysterium! At launch, players will be able to discover the story of the first original psychic; the stories of the 5 other psychics will be released later as free updates. Still want more? With Hidden Signs, the experience will be enhanced with new mysteries and elements to discover. Available as an in-app purchase at the release of the game in December, this official expansion of Mysterium offers the player new enigmas to solve alone or with friends.


Price and availability


Mysterium will be available in early December on iOS and Android for $6.99 and on Steam for $9.99.

                     Discover the first visuals of Mysterium on our FTP:





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About Asmodee Digital

Asmodee Digital, a fully owned subsidiary of the Asmodee Group, is an international publisher and distributor of digital games. Asmodee Digital manages the conception, publishing, marketing and distribution of board and card games on the appstores of Apple, Google, Steam and Amazon. Asmodee Digital designs and publishes games not only for the Asmodee Group (Asmodee Editions, Days of Wonder, Fantasy Flight Games) but also for third party publishers. The Asmodee Digital catalogue includes best-selling digital games such as Ticket to Ride, Splendor, Small World 2, Spot It! Dobble Challenges and digital versions of many other well-known board games.


About Libellud

Libellud, a French board game publisher founded in 2008, quickly rose to fame with the success of its first game Dixit. This game by Jean-Louis Roubira and illustrated by Marie Cardouat won the hearts of both the public and the critics. Dixit is sold around the world and has won many international awards including the prestigious Spiel des Jahres in 2010. In 8 years, it has become a pillar in the board game landscape. Libellud favors developing original games focused on the imaginary, about sharing and dreaming, which allows for the creation of a real atmosphere around the game. With games like Dixit, Seasons, Loony Quest, Mysterium or the upcoming Dice Forge, Libellud is exploring new ludic horizons to reach both families and specialists.

About iGames

iGames was founded in 2009 by Ukrainian board games creators Oleksadr Nevskiy and Oleg Sidorenko with a mission to develop high quality board games.  Their first publication was My Happy Farm in 2011.  After two years of development, iGames launched Mysterium in 2013 to great reception from gamers worldwide. iGames granted the publishing of Mysterium  to Libellud in most European countries and in the US.  Pirates of the Seven Seas and Hidden Signs, an expansion to Mysterium, were both created in 2016 by Igames.


About Playsoft Games: 

Playsoft Games has been developing and publishing mobile games since 2004. The company has worked on many successful titles worldwide, in partnership with AAA publishers. Today, Playsoft develops its own game catalogue through innovation (gameplay, technology, business model) and multiplatform access. Last successes: Blade Lords (iOS, Android), Le Tour de France 2013, 2014 – le Jeu (iOS, Android), Oggy et les Cafards (iOS, Android, Amazon), Dobble et Dobble HD (iOS), Bands Party (iPad), Break The Rules (iOS).