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Warner Bros. to Release Fantastic Beasts for Mobile Devices

Fantastic Beasts: Cases From The Wizarding World

Fantastic Beasts: Cases From The Wizarding World

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced Monday Fantastic Beasts: Cases From The Wizarding World, a new hidden objects mobile game inspired by the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films.

Launching on November 17, 2016, a day before the theatrical release of Warner Bros. Pictures’ new film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the game will be available for download on the App Store for iPhone and iPad and Google Play for Android devices.

Developed by Mediatonic, in partnership with WB Games San Francisco, Fantastic Beasts: Cases From The Wizarding World enables players to delve into the wizarding world as new recruits for the Ministry of Magic, visiting familiar locations like the Leaky Cauldron, Diagon Alley and Hogsmeade while exploring all-new magical mysteries.

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By discovering hidden objects, analyzing evidence, casting spells and brewing potions, players investigate unexplained happenings to uncover and protect the magical creatures at the center of every mysterious case.

Players are able to share their wizarding world experience with friends and fellow recruits by logging into Facebook to see each other’s progress and lend a helping hand.

Fantastic Beasts: Cases From The Wizarding World is free-to-play on the App Store and Google Play.

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, a division of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, Inc., is a worldwide publisher, developer, licensor and distributor of entertainment content for the interactive space across all platforms, including console, handheld, mobile and PC-based gaming for both internal and third party game titles.

J.K. Rowling is the author of the bestselling Harry Potter series of seven books, published between 1997 and 2007, which have sold over 450 million copies worldwide, are distributed in more than 200 territories and translated into 79 languages, and have been turned into eight blockbuster films.

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