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Gameloft Launches “The Blacklist: Conspiracy” for Smartphones and Tablets

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Gameloft, a leading digital and social game publisher, in collaboration with Sony Pictures Television, today announces the launch of “The Blacklist: Conspiracy” mobile game for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Android and Windows Phone. For the first time ever, players can experience the thrill of the worldwide hit drama series on their mobile devices and interact with their favorite characters from the show, while discovering new and never-before-seen details.

The Blacklist: Conspiracy Screenshot

“The Blacklist: Conspiracy” mobile game allows players to experience the thrills of the series, in an immersive and intriguing Hidden Object Game. With the help of a full cast of iconic characters from the series, including Raymond Reddington and Elizabeth Keen, players must investigate crime scenes and analyze clues as they hunt for dangerous and elusive criminals. The game introduces a number of innovations to the Hidden Object Game genre, including mini games, unique interrogation options and meaningful moral choices which can impact future cases.

“We’re delighted to Collaborate with Sony Pictures Television to offer the first ever mobile gaming experience for The Blacklist” states Gonzague de Vallois, Senior Vice President Publishing at Gameloft. “Featuring a unique storyline and thrilling crime scene gameplay, this really sets the benchmark in its genre as the television series itself has done.”

Jon Bokenkamp, Creator and Executive Producer of The Blacklist television series, says, “’The Blacklist: Conspiracy’ let’s fans experience the characters and the world we have created in an entirely new way. I think players will find it to be a riveting extension of The Blacklist world”.

The Blacklist mobile game is now available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Android and will be live shortly on Windows Phone. Download the game on App Store and Google Play.

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