NewsWatch Recently Featured the “Hidden Artifact Agency” Tablet Application by Hullabu on National Television

Washington, DC October 24, 2013

The “Hidden Artifact Agency” tablet application was featured on NewsWatch as part of its popular segment, AppWatch, that takes a look at the latest and coolest mobile applications and services on the iOS and Android market. Andrew Tropeano, host of AppWatch, conducted the app review and shared with viewers how the application is fun to play and filled with visually stunning artwork.

Hidden Artifact Agency by Hullabu for your iPad is creative, easy and fun to play, and artistically superior to most mobile applications on the market. In the game, the player is an agent that works on cases of missing artifacts. When a case falls on their desk, they travel around the world finding clues, conducting interviews, searching cities, and solving puzzles. When a case is finished by the player, it leads directly into the next one.

Hullabu has plans to release a new case at least once a month, so players won’t get bored. The Hidden Artifact Agency is fun, beautiful, and takes advantage of the retina display on the iPad.

To download the game or to learn more about it and other games by Hullabu, visit

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Hullabu launches Gatsby game in anticipation of movie

The Great Gatsby: Classic Adventures

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April 17, 2013

Las Vegas, Nevada – The Jazz Age is in full swing in The Great Gatsby: Classic Adventures as players are immersed in the Roaring 20’s and all the decadence and opulence of that pivotal decade. Delivering an all-new twist to the wildly popular Hidden Object Game genre, players will search through moving landscapes, recreate F. Scott Fitzgerald’s famous prose and assemble a personal library through various mini-games and puzzles. “We’re incredibly proud to bring Gatsby to the tablet market in interactive form.” says Robert Adams, Founder and Executive Producer at Hullabu. Adams continues, indicating that this is the first time Gatsby has ever been brought to customers in game form on tablet computers. Initial results show 4-5 star reviews on the Apple App Store, demonstrating a highly polished and well-received app.

In addition to this exciting game launch, Hullabu is proud to offer 50% original list price starting immediately. The game, which anyone with an iPad can play, will be discounted up until the launch of the movie in May. “We strongly believe that this is a real opportunity for families to connect around an American classic novel. We don’t think that every game needs to be grim or dark in order to be successful in this marketplace.” adds Mr. Adams.

Device Requirements:
* iOS 4.3 or later
* Compatible with iPad
* 269 MB

Pricing and Availability:
The Great Gatsby: Classic Adventures Full 1.0 is only $2.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.

Hullabu, Inc. was founded in 2012 by long time industry vets. In addition to working with the Fitzgerald estate, Hullabu is also working with other major literary juggernauts such as James Patterson to bring their stories to the interactive tablet market. Copyright (C) 2012-2013 Hullabu, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPad, iPad mini, iPod touch, and Mac are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.


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