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Puzzle Adventure/Hidden Object Casual Game Includes 16 Original Cases to

LOS ANGELES ­ May 7, 2008 ­ ³Come, Watson, come! The game is afoot.² Legacy
Interactive today announces the release of The Lost Cases of Sherlock
Holmes, a whodunit casual computer game of theft, espionage and murder in
which the player must tap their own powers of observation to solve puzzles
and identify the culprits. The game is now available for download at

The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes is the first computer game officially
licensed by the Conan Doyle Estate. It features familiar personalities
including Sherlock Holmes, Watson, Mycroft, Inspector Lestrade and more than
100 historical characters that will launch players into the world of the
eccentric and famous detective. For each of the 16 individual cases, an
overall storyline is revealed and a list of potential suspects is whittled
down until the perpetrator is ultimately exposed.

In each case, set in Victorian London, players encounter the following
puzzles: a hidden object puzzle, Sudoku, find the difference puzzle, and a
picture memory game. There are also additional puzzles and mini-games such
as anagrams, cryptograms and jigsaw memory games, which are available at
various levels. Legacy has gone to great lengths to insure that the puzzles
and mini-games are relevant to the period and storyline of the game as the
player journeys from locales such as the British Museum, Big Ben, Kew
Gardens, the Royal Theater and others in search of clues that are then
evaluated back at 221b Baker Street.

Game Features
* Play as part of the venerable team of Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson.
* There are 16 different mystery cases for players to solve.
* Over 100 visual puzzles and mini-games tailored to the subject and period
of the game reveal a cohesive storyline as you play.
* A wide variety of mind-bending puzzles including hidden object, find the
difference, picture Sudoku and picture memory games.
* Realistic and relevant clues for each case.
* Gamers can easily begin their adventure where they just left off; there is
no disruption in game play.
* Players can explore 40 historically accurate locations around Victorian
* Officially licensed by the Conan Doyle Estate.

Pricing and Availability
The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes is available for download at
for $19.95 U.S. The title is rated E-10+. The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes
is part of Legacy¹s MyLife GAMES® series dedicated to smart entertainment
for the busy mainstream game player. Online content syndicate uclick is
distributing the downloadable game through portals and online destinations.
Later this month, a retail version will ship to stores, distributed
exclusively by Navarre Corporation. More information on the game and ³The
Sherlock Holmes Hidden Object Contest² can be found at www.sherlockgame.com.

About Legacy Interactive
Legacy Interactive (www.legacyinteractive.com) is a leading developer and
publisher of casual games for people of all ages. Entertaining customers
since 1998, the company has built a reputation for developing intelligent,
realistic and engaging games for a broad audience. Located in Los Angeles,
Legacy is known for its TV-branded games, such as Law & Order and The
Apprentice, as well as for its popular simulation games Pet Pals: Animal
Doctor, Emergency Room and Zoo Vet. Through Legacy's online casual game
portal at www.legacygames.com, customers can download and try more than 500
casual games plus read and write reviews and share play lists of their
favorite games. Legacy has ongoing distribution, marketing and content
strategic partnerships with a number of companies, including Vivendi Games,
Universal Studios, Ubisoft, Mindscape, Majesco Entertainment, and

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