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Alexandria, VA, September 11, 2009 - Alawar Entertainment, a leading global publisher of casual games, is pleased to present the new casual adventure, Vampire Saga: Pandora's Box. The captivating mystery thriller was developed in the tradition of the best Hammer horror movies and classic novels by H.P. Lovecraft. With a chilling crime at the center of its spellbinding story, Vampire Saga is not intended for the faint of heart.

The game opens with a phone call in 1950s Boston. The young man who answers is Tyler Ward; the person on the other end is Matthew, his grandfather. Tyler is shocked when the old man claims to have killed a woman and leaves for his grandfather's house at once. When he arrives, though, he finds the place locked down. After Tyler figures out how to get inside, he demands an explanation from his traumatized grandfather. The old man tells Tyler the body is in a boarded-up room, but refuses let him in before he listens to a story about a cursed ship named Pandora.

As Tyler is transported back in time, he'll learn how his grandfather stole aboard a cargo ship to escape the violence of the Spanish-American War, passed out and then woke up to find himself alone with several sinister-looking coffins. Vampire Saga: Pandora's Box will then take players on an astonishing journey as Matthew investigates the disappearance of the crew, tries to find the source behind a series of strange visions and attempts to shake the feeling that he's being watched?

Throughout Vampire Saga: Pandora's Box, the player will explore several eerie Victorian locations, search for over 300 hidden objects, follow a story full of secrets and nerve-pricking encounters, and enjoy atmospheric music and sound effects.

Game features:
• 11 hidden object game scenes
• Five mini-games
• 300 hidden objects
• Animated cutscenes
• A surprise ending!
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