Hidden Expedition: Amazon Game for Kindle

Games developer Big Fish has announced the launch of Hidden Expedition: Amazon – one of Big Fish Studios’ hidden object franchises – on Kindle. It features graphics, taking advantage of Kindle’s high-contrast display with the latest E Ink Pearl Technology.

The hidden object gameplay promises to delight Kindle users who are new to playing games on Kindle, as well as those who already enjoy games on the device.

”The pairing of our popular Hidden Expedition franchise with Kindle, one of the world’s most popular wireless reading devices, represents an exciting opportunity that will undoubtedly captivate new – and existing – Hidden Expedition fans,” said Patrick Wylie, vice president of Big Fish Games Studios.

“In keeping with our tradition of optimizing our games for new platforms, we took advantage of Kindle’s e-ink screen to create a beautiful, engrossing hidden object adventure that can be enjoyed by players of all ages.”

In Hidden Expedition: Amazon, players join the Hidden Expedition team as they search for a missing professor in the mystical world of the Amazon jungle.

With a tattered passport as the only clue, players embark on an adventure deep into the rainforest, exploring cities, temples, and ruins while unlocking the secrets of an ancient yet advanced civilization. The game features 19 hidden object levels and four puzzles to challenge the mind.

The game is available in the Kindle Store for $4.99 at www.amazon.com/HiddenExpedition.

Founded in 2002, Big Fish Games is a developer, publisher and distributor of casual games.

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