Telltale Games’ Puzzle Agent 2 Available on June 30 for PC, Mac, iPad
All PC and Mac Pre-Orders Receive 10% Off and Original Puzzle Agent
Original Puzzle Agent iPad and iPhone Versions On Sale Now!
SAN RAFAEL, CA. June 7, 2011 – Telltale Games, a leading independent
digital publisher of cinematic adventures and the pioneer of episodic
content delivery, today announced that Puzzle Agent 2, the sequel to
the smash puzzle game Puzzle Agent, will be available for purchase on
Pre-orders of the anticipated Puzzle Agent 2 on PC and Mac are now
available for the discounted price of $8.99 from Telltale’s website,
and anyone who does so will receive the original Puzzle Agent game for
free. Touch screen players are not left out of the action either
as Puzzle Agent 2 will also be available on iPad and iPhone.
For series newcomers, the original Puzzle Agent for iOS goes on sale
from June 7-14 for $2.99 on iPad and $.99 on iPhone.
“The Puzzle Agent series really reflects what can happen when top indie
development talent has an opportunity to bring its games to fans,” said
Telltale CEO Dan Connors. “As the first game in our Pilot
Program, Puzzle Agent really validated our vision for the program and
set the stage for Puzzle Agent 2> as well as other indie projects.”
Puzzle Agent 2, builds on its award-winning predecessor which was
developed in collaboration with indie comic artist and animator Graham
Annable and garnered PC Gamer’s “Puzzle Game of the Year” award and
IGN’s Best iPhone Game of E3. Puzzle Agent 2 picks up months
after FBI Agent Nelson Tethers “solved” the Scoggins Eraser Factory
case. With the factory foreman Isaac Davner missing, and the “Hidden
People” mystery largely unsolved, the FBI still decided to close the
case as a job well done. Troubled that the biggest case of his career
was left unfinished, Agent Tethers must go rogue and venture back to
the eerie town of Scoggins, Minnesota and solve the mystery of the
“Hidden People” once and for all.
Telltale Games is providing a first look of Puzzle Agent 2 at this
year’s E3 conference at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Room #8205
in the Concourse Hall.
Puzzle Agent 2 for the PC, Mac, iPad and iPhone is scheduled to launch
on June 30. Click here to visit the Puzzle Agent website and get
stay up-to-date with all of the latest Puzzle Agent 2 assets and
About Graham Annable
Classically trained animator Graham Annable has built impressive
credentials in film, television, video games and indie comics. He
has for years spent his free time creating some of the funniest, most
poignant comics and cartoons anywhere. His fluid art pulses with
life and character. Alternately poetic and hilarious, Graham’s
work presents a strange twist on the everyday, and does so with heart
Graham has contributed to projects with George Lucas, Chuck Jones,
Nickelodeon, Telltale Games, Jeff Smith and Henry Selick’s teams, most
recently through his work as storyboard artist on the Coraline
theatrical feature. His indie Grickle Channel on YouTube was
recently a home page Featured Video, ultimately driving over 1M
views. Graham’s Grickle was named one of Wizard's Top 25 indie
books everyone must read and selected for Houghton-Mifflin's 2008
edition of Best American Comics.
About Telltale, Inc.
Telltale is a leading digital publisher of cinematic adventures
playable on every major gaming platform. Telltale has also pioneered
episodic delivery of scheduled content, developing games as series to
create longer consumer engagement. Founded in 2004 by LucasArts
veterans with decades of experience, Telltale has quickly become an
industry leader, establishing the model for successful episodic game
creation and digital publishing with over 5 million episodes sold since
2005. Telltale’s reputation for quality has been established across
more than 35 published releases that have cumulatively earned an
average Metacritic score above 80%. Telltale's titles have won numerous
awards including, "Adventure Game of the Year" from publications such
as IGN, PC Gamer, GameSpy, and Adventure Gamers, and have been
recognized by mainstream outlets ranging from USA Today, to The New
York Times to Variety. Telltale currently develops and publishes games
for PlayStation®3, Xbox 360TM, WiiTM, PC, Mac, iPad and iPhone.
Learn more at www.telltalegames.com.