Art Heist – Escape Room Adventure perpetrated by M9 Games
New first-person mystery from M9 Games available on PC, Switch and mobile devices
The seemingly inexhaustible adventure factory that is M9 Games may have slowed down ever so briefly but has now powered up once again for an all-new first-person mystery, Art Heist – Escape Room Adventure.
You are one of a select group of guests choppered into a secluded island villa one rainy night to see a newly discovered painting called “Aurelia Dreams,” which purportedly comes with a mysterious secret. Before the grand unveiling, however, the artwork is stolen, and with no alternate way off the island, that means the perpetrator(s) must still be there. The villa is immediately locked down, which hinders your efforts to get around, so you’ll need to put all your investigative and puzzle-solving skills to good use to identify the culprit and hopefully recover the painting.
As with the developer’s most recent games, including SUBNET, ALUMNI, and VEREDA, Art Heist is a relatively short first-person, free-roaming 3D adventure with an emphasis on exploration and overcoming brainteasing obstacles. As you wander the grand island manor, you’ll need to search for clues and collect items needed to progress, but the order in which you approach the puzzles is up to you, and each promises to have “a logical solution.” If you do need some assistance to get moving again, the built-in hint system will provide welcome puzzle clues for a nudge in the right direction.
Art Heist – Escape Room Adventure is available now for download on a number of platforms, including Steam for Windows PC, the Nintendo eShop for Switch, the App Store for iOS, and Google Play for Android devices.