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Outplay Entertainment Puts Scotlands Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum on The Gaming Radar

Outplay Entertainment’s globe-trotting match-3 puzzle game, Mystery Match, invites players to Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, as the story arrives in Glasgow, Scotland!

Players join detectives, Emma and Julian, in Kelvingrove in an attempt to retrieve scattered documents left behind by cryptic inventor, Alexander Knight, whose deadly invention would be catastrophic if placed in the wrong hands. Will the documents hidden throughout Kelvingrove contain the clues needed to disable the weapon and save the world?

Brimming with exciting new content and challenges, the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum update introduces 20 challenging new levels to master, set throughout Kelvingrove – that’s a total of 385 levels to complete so far! Players will also encounter a puzzling new board piece; the beautiful and intricate mechanisms of the Scarabs which allow players to uncover the forgotten mysteries locked away inside the exhibits of the Art Gallery and Museum’s halls.

The Kelvingrove update pays homage to the iconic Scottish museum and exhibits real-life artifacts exhibited there. This is the first time a Mystery Match update has visited a true life indoor attraction and is expected to generate further global identification of Kelvingrove, potentially increasing the volume of international visitors.

“We wanted to bring the adventure home to Scotland and the magnificent Kelvingrove was the perfect location for the next chapter in the Mystery Match story” said Richard Hare, President, Outplay Entertainment. “With over 2.5 million players worldwide since launch, the latest Mystery Match update aims to promote Scottish heritage and this historic landmark.”

The game is available on the Apple App Store, Google Play, Amazon, and Facebook, and can be played in English, French, German, and Spanish.

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