The sequel to cerasus.media’s hidden object adventure Mystery Stories: Island of Hope will take place in the European metropolis of Berlin. As part of Casual Connect, the developer has given us the early scoop on Mystery Stories: Berlin Nights.
New York journalist Michelle Deanfield is in Berlin when she finds out that somewhere inside the complex underground system of bunkers and tunnels, archaeologists have made a spectacular discovery: an unfinished machine from World War II, whose completion was prevented by the Nazis, that has the potential to solve the world’s energy crisis.
You’ll get to help Michelle search 20 of Berlin’s most famous locations for clues and pieces of the machine with the help of handsome German engineer Daniel Ritter.
But Michelle isn’t the only one searching for the machine; a mysterious sect and some ruthless ex-secret agents from former communist East Germany also want to get their hands on it.
The game offers 95 levels and both an Adventure and Free Puzzle mode, as well as un-timed Relax mode.
Mystery Stories: Berlin Nights will be launching later this year. Cerasus.media has given us some early screenshots to share, but they aren’t final.