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Glass Masquerade Release Dates

 

 

January 24, in the year of our Lord 2019 – Indie publisher Digerati is pleased to announce that the beautiful Art Deco style and relaxed puzzles of Glass Masquerade will soon be arriving on consoles. The jigsaw-based puzzle game will be available to download from 5/6 February on PS4 (NA/EU respectively), and 8 February on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One. Developed by Onyx Lute.

About the game
Welcome to Glass Masquerade – an artistic puzzle game inspired by Art Deco and stained-glass artisans of the 20th century. Combine hidden glass pieces to unveil clocks and themes exhibited by various cultures of the world at the 'International Times Exhibition' - an interactive electronic show.

Key features
• 25 beautiful and intricately designed stained-glass jigsaw puzzles to complete
• Journey around the world – Each puzzle is inspired by a different country
• Art Deco mosaics and presentation give the game a distinct visual style
• Relaxing gameplay provides a calming experience – no time limits, no stress
• Soothing, atmospheric soundtrack by Russian composer Nikita Sevalnev
• Finish the game and replay the puzzles to improve your completion times
• Platinum Trophy and 1000G Achievements for PS4 and Xbox One versions
• Interface support for the following languages: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese-Brazil, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese

No word on a physical copy version of this game on these systems in the US at this time. Families are required to pay for Internet usage fees to download this game. For more information click here.

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