Triple Hippo Studios Releases The Tarot’s Misfortune Exclusively on Big Fish Games

Fri, Feb 26, 2010

Casual, Puzzle

Yesterday, TriplePoint client Triple Hippo Studios announced the release of the PC puzzle game The Tarot’s Misfortune, which is now available exclusively via Big Fish Games.

The Tarot’s Misfortune follows Rosalee, a tarot card reader who must uncover the secrets of the mysterious village of Luzio by piecing together clues and recovering the missing cards of a lost terot deck. The game combines the seek-and-find and spot-the-differences genres with more original puzzle gameplay mechanics (like connecting pieces of gears to complete a circuit, as an example) to form a casual gamer’s virtual delight.

“We believe we’ve succeeded in creating a game that will keep players of all levels captivated by intertwining challenging puzzles along with an intriguing storyline,” said Michael Grills, Director of Operations at Triple Hippo Studios.”

It should be noted that The Tarot’s Misfortune will only be exclusively found on Big Fish Games for the first month, as it will afterwards be made available elsewhere.

If the game sounds at all interesting to you (keep in mind you can play a one-hour demo for free), head over to Big Fish Games’ website to try it out.

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