Blackwells 1-3 now available on the App Store

10 July 2014


Slowly but surely, we are porting our entire catalog to everything we can think of. And now Blackwell Legacy, Blackwell Unbound, and Blackwell Convergence are now fully playable on the iPad and iPhone! So if you ever wanted a ghost in your pocket, your day has arrived:

Blackwell 1: Legacy
When Rosa Blackwell’s aunt Lauren dies after twenty years in a coma, Rosa thinks the worst is over. This all changes when Joey Mallone, a sardonic ghost from the 1930s, blows into her life and tells her that she is a medium with a family legacy to uphold (whether she likes it or not). And when a series of suicides occur at a local university, Rosa — still coming to terms with her new responsibilities — finds herself an unwilling detective in this gruesome mystery.

Blackwell 2: Unbound
The year is 1973. The sound of a lone, ethereal saxophone drifts over the Roosevelt Island promenade, while a series of accidents plague a midtown construction site. The citizens of Manhattan take no notice of these events, let alone think they are connected. Embittered medium Lauren Blackwell and her spirit guide Joey Mallone are the only ones who believe that there is anything strange going on, and they are the only ones who can stop an enigmatic killer from striking again…

Blackwell 3: Convergence
A new film opens to rave reviews, despite its bloody history. A beautiful uptown office remains unoccupied, despite its prime location. A downtown artist berates himself for selling out, while a Wall Street investor congratulates himself on a job well done. Just normal life in the big city? Or is something more sinister binding these events together? Bizarre connections are a dime a dozen for the Blackwell family, but just how far back to they go? Medium Rosa Blackwell and her spirit guide Joey Mallone are about to find out.

Android, Mac and Linux versions will follow very soon!

-Dave and Janet

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  1. […] Charmingly illustrated, with full voice acting and lovely background music, the Blackwell games have been very well received. Now, Wadjet Eye Games is pleased to announce that starting today, the first three games in the Blackwell series are available on iPhone and iPad. Mobile gamers can now experience the supernatural spectacle for themselves through the Apple App Store. […]

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      • Daniil on 14/07/14 @ 2:58 am

        Cool. Too bad (or good? 🙂 ) I already finished all but Epiphany on PC.
        Would it come to mobile too?

        • Denis on 15/07/14 @ 4:27 am

          Great news. I was not aware of entire Blackwell series, until I stumbled upon it in AppStore. Now, two days later I purchased and finished all three pieces, which surely deliver. I will wait eagerly for the porting of remaining two games and will purchase them the moment I see them. Regards from Russia.

          • Renato on 28/07/14 @ 10:38 pm

            Please, release the iOS versions of Deception and Epiphany as soon as possible! Dying to play them too!

            • Dave Gilbert on 29/07/14 @ 10:16 am

              We are working on them. 🙂 Deception is close-ish to being done. Epiphany we haven’t started yet, but we will soon!

              • Marky on 02/08/14 @ 12:24 am

                Just wanted to say, I just finished unbound and it is a wonderful game. Really looking to getting started on convergence and the final 2 when they are released on ios. Thanks.

                • Dave Gilbert on 04/08/14 @ 12:46 pm

                  Thank you so much! I have a soft spot for Unbound, and for Lauren. I hope you enjoy the rest!

                  • Mark on 05/08/14 @ 5:11 am

                    Great news guys, looking forward to the Android ports 🙂 Playing Gemini Rue on Android right now and it’s absolutely fantastic!

                    • Brandon on 30/09/14 @ 10:09 pm

                      I love this series! Has anyone tested the apps’ compatibility with iPhone 6 plus yet (and iOS 8.0.3)?

                      • Dave Gilbert on 01/10/14 @ 8:57 am

                        It works on iPhone 5 running iOS 8.0.3. We don’t own an iPhone 6 but we haven’t heard any complaints yet!

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                          • Private Prinny on 27/10/14 @ 5:11 am

                            Dear Wadjet Eye team,

                            I just finished Blackwell: Convergence on iOS and I am eagerly awaiting any news on the process of porting the last two Blackwell games to iOS.
                            Also I just had to say thank you for the effort put into the port of the first three games ports to iOS.

                            With games like The Silent Age, Broken Sword, Gemini Rue and off course the Blackwell Games on mobile devices it is a good time to live in as a fan of point-n-click!

                            Keep up the good work!

                            • Sam on 03/01/15 @ 3:17 pm

                              I just finished the first three Blackwell games on my iPad mini. Thanks very much, they were very enjoyable. The extra dimensional end of convergance was a lot of fun, and it was really satisfying to find the three stories winding their way together by the conclusion. Like others, I am eagerly awaiting the porting of the remaining two games. Best regards from Austria!