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A New TV Game from Legacy, Finally!

The last time Legacy published a TV licensed game was 2017. That concluded a 15-year winning streak of about twenty games based on TV shows. By the time we stopped making them, Legacy had created more TV licensed games than any other software developer. Here’s a partial list of some of my favorites: Law & Order, Murder, She Wrote, ER, Criminal Minds, House M.D., Ghost Whisperer, Paranormal State, Psyche, Twilight Zone, and more.

Fast forward to today. I am extremely pleased to announce Project Blue Book, a new game based on the History Channel’s show about declassified UFO sightings. Legacy collaborated with Three Gates Studio, a great company based in Sweden, to port the mobile game to PC.

Here is an excerpt from the press release.

It’s 1952, and the U.S. Air Force is operating a top-secret investigation: Project Blue Book. As a newly recruited agent, it’s your job to uncover the truth behind these real declassified UFO sightings. Test your investigation skills in this out-of-this-world hidden object adventure!

In Project Blue Book: Hidden Mysteries, players start as newly recruited agents in Project Blue Book under Dr. Hynek and Captain Quinn. Throughout each case, players complete timed hidden object scenes with several different game modes to uncover clues. These clues, in turn, give players further insight into the mystery on hand, alongside dialogue between the main characters and various witnesses to each case.

Players can earn hints to aid them in hidden object scenes playing mini-games, including swap, match-3, redaction, and puzzles. They can revisit past clues and conversations. They can also move up the ranks of the U.S. Air Force by earning stars, awarded for thorough investigation and speed in hidden object scenes.

This is Legacy’s first exclusive game in many moons, but certainly not the last. Check out the game, Project Blue Book: Hidden Mysteries, available now for purchase at Steam and at Legacy Games for $6.99.