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Jane Jensen's Moebius: Empire Rising out April 15th for PC and Mac
Posted: 21.02.2014 13:16 by Simon Priest Comments: 0
Moebius: Empire Rising from Gray Matter creator Jane Jensen will be out in the middle of April for both PC and Mac. We play an antiques dealer with a photographic memory, with a talent for sniffing out knock-offs.

We get contracted by a secret government agency to see if a murder woman in Venice resembles anyone from history. It's a classic point-and-click adventure in modern styling.

"After two years in development, I’m excited to bring Moebius: Empire Rising to market,” said Jane Jensen, at Pinkerton Road. Her last adventure was 2010's Gray Matter.

“I’ve worked closely with Phoenix throughout development, and I know they love this game as much as I do. I’m pleased to have them handling the publishing end so I can focus on writing and designing more games.” Phoenix Online Publishing is to whom she refers, and they're the ones bringing Moebius: Empire Rising to PC and Mac April 15th.

Moebius was successfully funded through Kickstarter in 2012, offering regular development updates and early access builds to backers. “Working with Jane, one of gaming’s most accomplished storytellers, has been an incredible experience from the perspective of both a fan and partner,” said Cesar Bittar, CEO of Phoenix Online Studios.


Step into the shoes of Malachi Rector, a brilliant antiques dealer and historian whose photographic memory and eye for deduction transforms locations and clues into interactive puzzle pieces and historical patterns. Players will criss-cross the globe's most exotic locales as they solve challenging riddles, search for hidden clues, and connect evidence and events to uncover a global conspiracy that threatens to bring worldwide ruin.

When a young woman is brutally slain and a secret government agency decides to investigate, only Malachi Rector holds the key to unlocking this puzzle—a man whose destiny may not be his own to define.

? Use your photographic memory and deductive powers to analyze locations and clues to fit historical patterns
? Blends 2D and 3D graphics to provide sophisticated storytelling, atmosphere and puzzles
? Travel to Venice, Cairo, Zurich, and more, unraveling the mysteries of space and time
? Unlock hero Malachi Rector’s destiny, and uncover his mysterious connection to ex-Special Forces soldier David Walker
? Unearth a global conspiracy that threatens to bring worldwide disaster

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