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"The Lost Crown: A Ghost-hunting Adventure" Now Set to Haunt North America this November

Got Game Entertainment confirms a November 1st in-store date for the latest spine-tingling suspense-adventure game from developer Jonathan Boakes


Weston, CT - October 8, 2007 - Got Game Entertainment LLC today announced a new release date of November 1, 2007 for "The Lost Crown: A Ghost-hunting Adventure", a suspense-adventure game for the PC created by Jonathan Boakes and his Darkling Room team. Hair-raising chills and thrills now lurk just around the corner for adventure game fans and ghost story lovers alike. "The Lost Crown: A Ghost-hunting Adventure" will make its retail debut at $29.99 (USD) and is not yet rated by the ESRB.

In "The Lost Crown: A Ghost-hunting Adventure", join ghost-hunters Nigel Danvers and Lucy Reubans as they unravel an ancient mystery and search for hidden treasures on England's fog-shrouded coastline, famed for its legends of smugglers, pirates, and ghosts. Wielding the tools of the modern-day ghost-hunter in a cinematic, richly detailed interactive world of wind-swept coastlines and crumbling crypts, you will be captivated, taunted, and teased by mind-bending puzzles and interactions with the town "locals".

"The Lost Crown: A Ghost-hunting Adventure" Features:

Spine-tingling ghost story Realistic ghost-hunting, featuring actual E.V.P. (Electronic Voice Phenomena) Photographs of unexplained entities captured by creator Jonathan Boakes while researching the game Chilling original soundtrack Point and click gameplay with both first and third person interaction Cast of virtual actors to share your paranormal adventure Local legends to investigate, interrogate, and observe Realistic and integrated puzzles

For more information, visit www.TheLostCrown.com.

About Got Game Entertainment

Founded by Howard Horowitz, Got Game Entertainment, LLC is a leading publisher of interactive entertainment games. With the release of games such as "The Lost Crown: A Ghost-hunting Adventure", Got Game Entertainment continues its commitment to bringing to market quality games offering exceptional entertainment. For more information on the company and its games, visit www.GotGameEntertainment.com.

About Jonathan Boakes

Writer and developer of the immensely popular supernatural ghost adventures, "Dark Fall" and "Dark Fall II: Lights Out", Jonathan Boakes has already achieved legendary status in the world adventure gaming. Working with Darkling Room, Jonathan brings a realistic edge to supernatural gaming. With unparalleled use of real gadgets, traditional techniques, and a gift for storytelling, he creates truly immersive game experiences. Splitting his time between London and Cornwall, Jonathan uses England's most south-westerly location as a muse and inspiration for his work. As well as enjoying the sights, scenery and legends, he formed the ghosthunting group known as This Haunted Land ( www.thishauntedland.co.uk), to investigate local paranormal phenomena, and provide research for his upcoming title, "The Lost Crown: A Ghost-hunting Adventure".

About Darkling Room

Based on the rugged coast of Cornwall, on England's west coast, an area that has inspired ghost stories from Wilkie Collins, M.R. James and Daphne Du Maurier, Darkling Room enjoys the perfect setting for constructing ghostly games. Many of the team have taken part in the chilling paranormal investigations conducted by 'This Haunted Land', a group of dedicated ghosthunters based in Looe, Cornwall. In Spring 2005, Darkling Room joined forces with XXv Productions to pursue many shared interests, and construct projects with a shared passion, and devotion. Darkling Room are proud to support contributions from London, Europe, the US and beyond. For more information, visit www.darklingroom.co.uk.


Beverly Cambron

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