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Nintendo DS gets new Mystery Case Files

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Nintendo today announce the newest in Touch! Generation titled games for the DS:  Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir

Coming this October 16th those that love to hunt down visual clues in busy pictures will love the Nintendo DS release of Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir.

Like an electronic Where’s Wally, Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir is a seek-and-solve game in which players assume the role of a detective who investigates a set of unique characters, or heirs, by finding cleverly hidden items in their environments. The objects are displayed in plain sight but are seamlessly interwoven into the scene, making them challenging to find.
 
There are 12 potential heirs to examine, 30 detailed scenes to investigate and more than 1,000 hidden objects to find. Finding hidden objects is not the only activity in Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir, between investigations players are challenged with brain teasers.
 
Mystery Case Files: MillionHeiruses the Nintendo DS stylus in ways that provide a true Touch! Generations experience. Touch! Generations games are a range of games that are perfect for any age or skill level to pick up and play.
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