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Righteous Kill Springs to Android, care of G5 Entertainment and Starz Media

San Francisco, California – May 16, 2013 – Righteous Kill comes today to Google Play, Kindle Fire and Nook, care of G5 Entertainment and Starz Media. The game is a hidden object mystery inspired by the film of the same name. You are a Police Detective in NY and have been just assigned to Vigilante Unit, a squad created to apprehend people who decide to take the law into their own hands. Your first case puts you on the trail of a husband who’s suspected of trying to kill the people responsible for murdering his wife and daughter.

It’s up to you to find this man before he commits any more heinous crimes and bring him to justice. Follow the twists of the story and find out the truth about the killer. Search over 70 locations through 15 animated levels, play forensic based mini-games, find all the clues and stop the creep before he has another opportunity to kill! Righteous Kill has over a thousand of hidden objects and a ton of intricate puzzles, like comparing security camera footage, finding fingerprints and setting firewalls to trap Internet signals, to involve you into investigation. Nice touches as voice-over dialogues and special sound effects create a perfect atmosphere for the game.

Unlimited UV Flashlight hints and a complexity of the puzzles make this game intriguing and fun to play. Not too difficult or hard on the eyes, Righteous Killprovides a few solid hours of entertainment for players who aren’t too familiar with hidden object games, but genre veterans will enjoy the game as well.

The game is developed and published on Android OS by G5 Entertainment under license from Starz Media.


  • 71 Locations to search
  • 15 Animated levels
  • 15 Detective-themed mini games
  • Captivating Storyline

Righteous Kill is available for download on Google Play, Kindle Fire, Nook HD/HD+ Tablet, Nook Color and Nook Tablet today. Gamers can try the game for free and buy the full version for $1.99 through May 18, 2013 (regularly $2.99) . Originally the game was developed for PC by Starz Media.

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