Gallery Hero Blackout Challenge Featurette

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Watch a blackout challenge featurette for Gallery Hero.

DEARBORN, MI - August 22, 2016 - Rasterzone Entertainment today revealed a new featurette for the Gallery Hero™ mobile game. The video features a blackout challenge from the game. Initial footage of blackout challenges was first seen in the game's trailer earlier this month, and the new featurette shows more, plus another music track from the game. The object of the game is to solve puzzles in order to recover missing artwork. The game features 60 puzzles to solve, and six art pieces to save. Gallery Hero is out now for iPhone, iPad, and Android phones and tablets.

Featurette YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4C5l6uyncp0

In Gallery Hero, each puzzle is solved by clearing the most tiles with the least number of moves. Blackout challenges add to this by plunging the board into darkness shortly after the game starts. Each successful match will briefly light up the board again so the player can see it and figure out their next move. If the player gets stuck, they can match their own player tiles to reveal the board, but this will cost them two moves.

"Blackout challenges take the game to a whole new level of difficulty and fun. They definitely put your memory to the test from the moment the game goes dark. I really enjoy playing the blackout challenges, and I think players will too," said Alan Scarantino, founder, Rasterzone Entertainment.

Gallery Hero is now available in the App Store for iPhone and iPad, and in Google Play for Android phones and tablets. There are no ads in the game. The first 20 levels are completely free, and the full 60-level game can be purchased from within the app. The full game is on sale for $0.99 during the game's initial launch, which will last through August 24th. After that, the normal price will be $2.99.

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For more information, please contact Alan Scarantino at press@rasterzone.com.

About Rasterzone

Rasterzone Entertainment, LLC is an independent game company based in Dearborn, Michigan. Founded in 2015 by Alan Scarantino, Rasterzone focuses on fun and accessible mobile games for players of all skill levels. To learn more about Rasterzone and their games, visit http://Rasterzone.com.

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