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  Episode 5 of Murder Mystery Machine ‘The Immortal Eye’ released on Apple Arcade
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06/01/2020
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

•   Episode 5 opens up a Pandora’s box of potential consequences, pulling detectives CC and Nate into a web of connections for players to unravel

•   Linking back to episode 1, episode 5 hints at a larger mystery at play, building up layers of intrigue as the game heads towards the grand climax of the final episodes

•   Players explore new environments and revisit old locations to uncover the truth behind the killing

•   The film and TV writers of Murder Mystery Machine raise the bar to deliver a compelling crime-solving game

•   Playtime and the number of subscriptions continue to rise with each new episode

•   Watch: Episode 5 teaser

Glasgow, 1st June, Blazing Griffin releases the 5th episode of the 8-chapter puzzle-solving detective video game Murder Mystery Machine on Apple Arcade, titled “ The Immortal Eye”.

 “The Immortal Eye”, challenges detectives Cassandra “CC” Clarke and Nathanie “Nate” Huston to unravel the mysteries surrounding the murder of an established journalist.  The detectives find themselves pulled into a web of clues that link all the way back to their first investigation. With little evidence at the scene of the crime, CC and Nate are forced to investigate what the journalist was working on - opening up a Pandora's box of potential clues, all of which need to be carefully sifted through to expose the truth.  Players will need to explore new environments and return with suspects to old locations and re-interrogate familiar faces to uncover the truth behind the killing.

Justin Alae-Carew, Co-Head of Games, Blazing Griffin - “Episode 5 is where players will start to see a larger story emerge, that goes all the way back to the very first scene of the game. This is something we've been crafting to echo our favourite detective shows on TV: individual mysteries with each episode but a gradual building of tension and story as these mysteries begin to link together as the season progresses. We're excited to see what players make of the story as it unfolds.”

Blazing Griffin’s BAFTA award winning Games division develops top quality video games.  Murder Mystery Machine is their newest game, the first episode was launched on Apple Arcade in September 2019. Other games developed and published by Blazing Griffin include Murderous Pursuits, The Ship: Murder Party and Distant Star.

Murder Mystery Machine is only available on Apple Arcade via iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV.  Murder Mystery Machine gives the player the advantage of playing 8 episodes for the cost of US$4.99 / £4.99 per month.  For more detail visit: Murder Mystery Machine and Apple Arcade.

Notes to editor:  

Blazing Griffin a BAFTA-winning Glasgow-based digital entertainment company which specialises in telling stories across a wide range of platforms and mediums with a specific focus on video game development, film and TV development and production and post production services.

For further information, interviews, trailers and images, please contact:

Nadia Nightingale

Blazing Griffin

M: +44 (0)7507 868857 

E: [email protected]

blazinggriffin.com

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