The Paris Games Week trade show, which is dedicated to the video gaming universe, opened its doors on Tuesday evening, in a manic atmosphere.
Crowds of journalists, bloggers and other guests attended the opening evening, in order to find out about the events and new games presented on the stands. As we had already informed you in this article, Orange is pulling out all the stops at its stand, where several events, competitions, and games are available. One of the events at this PGSParis Games Week is the presence of Alt-Minds, which is revealing a few new products in advance, before the official launch scheduled on 12 November this year.
Alt-Minds, which has a stand within the Orange stand, is playing the complete mystery card with the design of this trans-media fiction game, as it is hidden behind black curtains that open on to a dedicated space.
You will therefore be able to find out about the Alt-Minds application, which will be available for Mac, PC, smartphones and Facebook.
As an exclusive for the Paris Games Week, Morgan Bouchet has provided us with a first clue, which is hidden in the “Hard awakening of MHD6” in the background of a PC. To find it, you need to scan the document, and then play with the image contrast.
As a freebie for all the live Orange blog readers, he also tipped us off that there would be a clue to find on the internet by looking for a number plate on Google, which will take you to a website that has been specifically designed for the game. This transmedia adventure will take us on an exciting and exhilarating quest in the shoes of a detective; can’t wait to get started! See you at the Orange stand at the Paris Games Week, to test the Alt-Minds application and sample the other events.
Whether you are a games fanatic or an occasional player, you are sure to have an enjoyable time at the Paris Games Week, which is offering games for all tastes and all ages at the Porte de Versailles until 4 November. As proof, here is an array of what awaits you:
Wishing you all a great half-term weekend