Mystery Adventure Games Line Launches First Titles

August 25, 2008

Mystery Adventure Games Line
Launches First Titles

Dracula 3 and Sinking Island from
Encore released

Encore, a wholly owned subsidiary of
Navarre Corporation, announced today that the first titles in their Mystery
Adventure Games line, Dracula 3: The Path of the Dragon and Sinking Island have
shipped to retail. Dracula 3: The Path of the Dragon is the newest installment
in the original Dracula series and makes it’s North American debut with a $29.99
MSRP and rating of “T” for Teen by the ESRB. Sinking Island brought to life by
acclaimed game maker Benoit Sokal hits US shelves for $29.99 MSRP and a “T” for
Teen rating by the ESRB. More information, assets and trailers for these games
can be found at

“With new game play elements and
plot twists, the first two releases should create positive momentum around the
entire Mystery Adventure Games line,” said Cal Morrell, president of Encore.
“Dracula 3 introduces fans of the series to intriguing new characters and
Sinking Island delivers the fast pace, puzzle solving excitement that Sokal fans
have come to expect.”

Dracula 3: The Path of the Dragon, a
game produced by Microïds and developed by Kheops Studio, is the newest
installment in the original Dracula series. Based on Bram Stoker’s universe,
Dracula 3 takes players to Europe on a suspenseful quest to discover the reality
of vampires and come face-to-face with Dracula. As Father Arno Moriani, players
must travel to Transylvania to investigate a potential candidate for sainthood.
Along the way players are submerged into a gripping storyline with numerous
challenging and engaging puzzles to solve that leads to a final confrontation
with Dracula!

The creator of Syberia, Benot Sokal,
returns with Sinking Island, a gripping detective story that combines suspense
and intrigue. As an investigator sent to a luscious tropical island to solve the
murder of a multi-billionaire hotel developer, players must sort through 10
suspects to the crime as a storm rages on the island. In Sinking Island players
have only three days to solve the mystery before the island and the mystery
disappears into the ocean. A game by Benot Sokal, produced by Microïds and
White Birds Productions, developed and designed by White Birds Productions.