Layton Brothers Mystery Room has exceed one million downloads worldwide, according to Level-5. The iOS title was released June 27 outside of Japan for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. You can pick it up from the App Store as a free download, with Case File Pack 1 available for $2.99/€2.69/₤1.99 and Case File Pack 2 for $1.99/€1.79/₤1.49.
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Layton Brothers Mystery Room
Layton Brothers Mystery Room developer Level-5 has announced the European and North America release of its iOS puzzler. It’s rolling out on iTunes near you today.
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Well, this news pleases at least one of us here at the site who has yet to spring for a PlayStation 4.