Whisper of Fear: The Cursed Doll by G5 & Vogat Bespells iOS Today

10 Oct


Break the evil spell and save a little girl from a tragedy that befell her.

San Francisco, California – October 10, 2012 – Vogat, the developer responsible for the recently launched physics platformer hit, Jumpster, is today launching an engaging hidden object mystery, Whisper of Fear: The Cursed Doll, with the help of G5 Games. Whisper of Fear: The Cursed Doll, takes what Vogat does well – gorgeous graphics and an intriguing storyline – and cranks them up to yet another level; the result being one unforgettable adventure in a hidden object format.


The game follows the story of a young woman who has been summoned to her family’s home after her niece fell ill. Upon your arrival, you find things have gone from bad to worse and that the tragedy the girl has befallen also bespelled other children in the town. It seems that everything started with a drowning of a young girl. The girl’s grieving father made a doll in the memory of his dead daughter, Rosemary, and passed it along to the girls that were her companions on that faithful day. One by one they all fell ill.


And as you begin to investigate this dark tale, you will soon find out how ruinous grief and desperation can be. In order to save Jessica’s life, you will have to perform a rite and break an evil curse. Travel through picturesque locations and explore every corner of 51 scenes. During your chilling adventure you will have to search for clues in the Dollhaven Theater where girls used to play, in their classroom and houses, gather the pieces of the riddle and unveil the mystery of the Cursed Doll. The beautifully detailed artwork of the game makes you feel present in every scene – you can even experience the gentle sway of the boat on the water and feel the doll’s piercing gaze.


Travel through picturesque locations, solve loads of challenging puzzles, pick the hidden items you will need to perform the rite and break the evil spell in this piercing adventure!

There are three game modes – Casual, Advanced and Extreme – to satisfy players with different gaming experience. In-depth strategy guide will come in handy whenever you are stuck. Realistically drawn scenery, chilling sounds and a twisted plot will keep you involved till the end in Whisper of Fear: The Cursed Doll. The game is developed by Vogat and published by G5 Entertainment.



Key Features:

  • 51 Stunning locations
  • 17 Brain-twisting mini-games
  • Three game modes: Casual, Advanced and Extreme
  • In-depth Strategy Guide and much more

Whisper of Fear: The Cursed Doll is available for download on iPhone and iPad today. Gamers can try the game for free and unlock the full version through an in-app purchase for $2.99 on iPhone and $4.99 on iPad TODAY ONLY (reg. $4.99 on iPhone and $6.99 on iPad). The game is developed by Vogat and published by G5 Entertainment.

When: Today, October 10, 2012

iTunes Store:
Whisper of Fear: The Cursed Doll for iPhone
Whisper of Fear: The Cursed Doll HD for iPad

For further information, visit the homepages of Whisper of Fear: The Cursed Doll for iPhone and iPad, the game’s website, G5 Entertainment’s YouTube channel, G5’s Facebook, Google+ and Twitter pages.

About G5 Entertainment AB
G5 Entertainment AB is a developer and publisher of high quality downloadable games for iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac, Kindle Fire, and Nook tablets. G5 develops and publishes games that are family-friendly, easy to learn, and targeted at the widest audience of experienced and novice players. G5 owns a number of popular game franchises like Virtual City, Special Enquiry Detail, Supermarket Mania, Stand O’Food, and Mahjongg Artifacts, and invests in creating new games and bringing established franchises to new gaming platforms.

About Vogat Interactive
Vogat consists of four game development studios. The company produces AAA casual games for iOS, Android, PC and Mac. The main focus of Vogat Interactive is the development of high quality free-to-play, freemium and premium games for mobile platforms.


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