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Project Blue Book: The Game

Platform(s): Android, iOS
Genre: Action/Adventure
Developer: Three Gates
Release Date: Q1 2019

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'Project Blue Book: The Game' (ALL) Announced

by Rainier on Feb. 7, 2019 @ 12:00 a.m. PST

Project Blue Book: The Game lets you experience the TV show in a whole new way, where you're in charge of finding the hidden clues and unveiling the truth.

Swedish game company Three Gates has acquired the game rights for the recently released television series Project Blue Book from A+E Studios and they’re putting out the call for fans of the show to pre-register now and be among the first to play the game.

The series, created by David O’Leary, is produced is produced for History by A+E Studios and Oscar and Golden Globe winner Robert Zemeckis (Forrest GumpBack to the FutureContact), and explores the historical, previously classified UFO investigations conducted by the U.S. Air Force between 1952 and 1969. Main characters are the astrophysicist Josef Allen Hynek, played by Aidan Gillen (Game of Thrones), and his partner, Captain Michael Quinn, played by Michael Malarkey (The Vampire Diaries).

In Project Blue Book: The Game, players start as newly recruited agents in Project Blue Book under Dr. Hynek and Captain Quinn. The main characters in the series act as commissioners and interact with the player during the performance of the assignments. 

Project Blue Book: The Game will challenge players’ observation and deduction tactics, along with the characters of the series, through the recreation of many of the observations recorded in the series. Best-selling science-fiction writer Steven-Elliot Altman has been hired to write the game story. He has recently written Ancient Aliens: The Game, based on History’s acclaimed and popular series of extraterrestrial themes.

“I’m thrilled to be working with A+E Studios and History on Project Blue Book: The Game,” said Altman. “Fans of the show are going to re-live some of their favorite moments from the show, with a new twist─playing alongside the characters and making important choices. We’re going to bring the small screen and the mobile screen one step closer in a really fun way. Players get to solve cases they know from the series from a new perspective─and also investigate new cases. All based on actual, declassified UFO sightings. It’s a dream project!”

Project Blue Book premiered on History on January 8, 2019 and Project Blue Book: The Game will be launched for mobile in Q1 of 2019, and will later be developed for other platforms.

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