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Friday, April 04, 2014

G5's Brings Stunning Paranormal Agency 2 To iOS & Virtual City 2 To Windows Store Today

The long awaited moment is here - G5 Entertainment releases Paranormal Agency: The Ghosts of Wayne Mansion, the spine-chilling sequel to the popular seek-and-find adventure Paranormal Agency, on iOS today. Whether you've played the original eerie game or not, the second installment in the series will attract you with plenty of chills, a ghostly storyline, about 100 vividly presented scenes for exploration, wonderful mini-games and splendid graphics. It's free to try on the App Store, and the full game unlock is available at up to 40% off through April 5th.

The story goes as follows - an old mansion on the outskirts of a peaceful village is reported to be haunted by evil spirits. Some folks say they've heard screams and moans. Others have spotted shadowy figures on the grounds. The townspeople are freaked out, and now the mayor has invited you, an experienced ghost hunter, to investigate the strange and somewhat suspicious events at Wayne Mansion.

Your car crashes against some hooded figure at the gate of a stunning looking house, but, despite of being the ghost hunter, you suspect people in most of the crimes imputed to supernatural forces. Now you'll have to search every corner of this estate, pick up useful items and solve tricky puzzles to determine if this is someone's wicked hoax ... or a real ghost story!

The gameplay offers you a number of tricky tasks such as winning against one of the most experienced card players, beating six billiard balls in each pocket with a single stroke and putting eight chess queens on the board so that none of them beats the other. So work on your poker face, practice your kick-off technique and train your brain to get the clues that can save your life! Paranormal Agency: The Ghosts of Wayne Mansion has even more than that to entertain you for a few evenings. Go get it on the App Store now!

G5 Games released Virtual City 2: Paradise Resort on Windows Store. The Virtual City franchise is one of the most sought after city-builder games, and now Windows 8/RT users can enjoy Virtual City 2 on their favorite devices.

Like its award winning predecessor, Virtual City 2: Paradise Resort is a sharp city management simulation with plenty of content to challenge and entertain budding city managers. The focus of the game is on tourism and entertainment and the game tasks players with building four exclusive resort towns in four states in USA. Your main tasks? Build booming resort towns each with its own major attraction: a Casino, a Ski Resort, an Ice hotel and a Beach Resort. The action in the game is laid out in a mission based structure, ensuring that the player knows specifically what his goal is right from the start. To do so, you will need to create transport links between railways and airports, amongst others, to hotels and casinos, alongside building regular public transport links and the all-important production chains.

You will set up factories of industry, hotels, entertainment and shopping hot spots and other necessities of urban living. You will also have to increase town happiness by building bus stops in the reach of houses and entertainment buildings to keep inhabitants busy and satisfied. Additionally you will be responsible for fire departments, hospitals, waste disposal and other measurements to avoid various disasters along the way.

Virtual City 2: Paradise Resort is developed and published by G5 Entertainment.

Key Features:
* 52 Challenging Levels in 4 Settings: Blustery Utah, Sunny Florida, Snowy Alaska, Steamy Nevada
* 29 Distinct Mission Scenarios
* 73 Types of Buildings
* 42 Types of Goods to Transport and Trade
* 12 Production Chains to Master
* 98 Special Achievements to Earn
* 45 Upgrades and Buildings to Unlock

Virtual City 2: Paradise Resort is available for download on Windows Store today. Gamers can try the game for free and unlock the full version via in-app purchase for $6.99.

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