Celebrated Women Developers Create Zynga’s Latest Game

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

Zynga launched Hidden Chronicles, the company’s first-ever social hidden object game. Hidden Chronicles invites players to find hidden objects, solve puzzles, and unlock mysteries, and is created by some of the most talented women in casual and social game design and entertainment, says Zynga.

The creative team behind Hidden Chronicles includes co-creator Cara Ely, former creator of the Dream Day Wedding series of hidden object games, narrative designer Jane Jensen, creator of the Gabriel Knight series of PC games, and art director Margaret Foley-Mouvais, former art director for titles such as The Lord of the Rings and The Godfather,  as well as lead product manager Nancy Hang.

The Game: In Hidden Chronicles, players explore scenes to uncover hidden objects while customizing their estate. Players unlock new locations as they progress through the game, restoring the estate, Ramsey Manor, while unraveling a mysterious plot along the way. Players advancing through the game earn coins, experience points, and items to help them customize their estate.

Hidden Chronicles is free to play and is currently available on Facebook. The game is available in 15 languages, including  traditional Chinese, Japanese and Danish.

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