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MYSTERY CASE FILES: THE MALGRAVE INCIDENT MYSTERY CASE FILES: THE MALGRAVE INCIDENT MAKES SLEUTHING MORE SOCIAL

Series Debuts on the Wii Console with Multiplayer Modes, Layered Hidden-Object Puzzles and a Spellbinding Storyline

REDMOND, Wash., June 21, 2011 - The rich mystery and puzzle-solving fun of Big Fish Games' Mystery Case Files™ game series soon will be available on the Wii™ console for the first time. With the June 27 launch of the Mystery Case Files™: The Malgrave Incident™ game - available exclusively for Wii - players can enjoy a mysterious adventure in their own living rooms, as well as test their sleuthing skills together with up to three friends in new multiplayer modes. Solo or as a group, players of any experience level can solve their way through a series of fun hidden-object puzzles as they uncover the secret behind the peculiar purple substance scattered across the enigmatic Malgrave Island.

Mystery Case Files: The Malgrave Incident follows a wealthy recluse named Winston Malgrave who claims to have made an extraordinary discovery. His private island is home to a strange dust that may have the power to cure many of the world's ailments. When he requests the aid of the master detective of the Mystery Case Files detective agency to help him save his beloved wife, Sarah, he opens the door into a world of shadowy intrigue and closely guarded family secrets. Is there more to this eccentric client's case than meets the eye?

Using the Wii Remote™ controller, players must explore Malgrave Island and solve multi-layered hidden-object puzzles to advance the story. They can play the main adventure on their own or cooperatively with up to three friends. For another layer of fun, players can choose from three competitive multiplayer modes: in Swift Pick, players must find certain hidden objects before their opponents do; in Tick Tick Pick, they must find a hidden object and pass the ticking time bomb to an opponent before it explodes; in Classic Pick, whoever finds the most hidden objects is the winner. Additional controllers are required for multiplayer modes and are sold separately.

"Anyone who loves puzzle games or great detective stories will savor Mystery Case Files: The Malgrave Incident from start to finish," said Cindy Gordon, Nintendo of America's vice president of Corporate Affairs. "The ability to play with or against others makes it easy for friends and family to throw a mystery party anytime they want."

Each hidden-object scene in Mystery Case Files: The Malgrave Incident comes with a list of objects that players must locate. For the first time in the Mystery Case Files series, scenes have three visual layers, inviting players to scroll and zoom with the Wii Remote as they search for objects. Each scene also contains a special inventory item that allows players to access new areas of Malgrave Island and solve additional puzzles. An on-screen hint button can also be used to highlight the area around hard-to-find objects.

Remember that Wii features parental controls that let adults manage the content their children can access. For more information about this and other features, visit http://www.nintendo.com/wii.

For more information about Mystery Case Files: The Malgrave Incident, visit http://mysterycasefiles.nintendo.com.


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About Nintendo:
The worldwide pioneer in the creation of interactive entertainment, Nintendo Co., Ltd., of Kyoto, Japan, manufactures and markets hardware and software for its Wii™ home console, Nintendo 3DS™ and Nintendo DS™ family of portable systems. Since 1983, when it launched the Nintendo Entertainment System™, Nintendo has sold more than 3.7 billion video games and more than 600 million hardware units globally, including the current-generation Wii, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo DS, Nintendo DSi™ and Nintendo DSi XL™, as well as the Game Boy™, Game Boy Advance, Super NES™, Nintendo 64™ and Nintendo GameCube™ systems. It has also created industry icons that have become well-known, household names such as Mario™, Donkey Kong™, Metroid™, Zelda™ and Pokémon™. A wholly owned subsidiary, Nintendo of America Inc., based in Redmond, Wash., serves as headquarters for Nintendo's operations in the Western Hemisphere. For more information about Nintendo, please visit the company's website at http://www.nintendo.com.

About Big Fish Games:
Founded in 2002, Big Fish Games is a developer, publisher and distributor of casual games. Renowned for offering A New Game Every Day!® on www.bigfishgames.com, the company distributes more than two million games per day worldwide and offers a broad selection of interactive games to enjoy anytime, anywhere — on PC, Mac, mobile phone, or tablet. Big Fish Games' website, games, and customer service are available in 10 languages - Danish, Dutch, English, German, French, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish. With corporate headquarters in Seattle and European headquarters in Cork, Ireland, Big Fish Games has 500+ game developer partners and its own Studio that develops and publishes some of the industry's leading brands, including Mystery Case Files®, Hidden Expedition®, Drawn®, Fairway Solitaire™, My Tribe™, Redemption Cemetery™, and Dark Tales™. For more information, visit www.bigfishgames.com. f