Blue Tea Games

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Blue Tea Games is a casual computer games development studio founded on January 24, 2003 by Steven Zhao.[1] The company's biggest commercial success to date is Forgotton Riddles: The Mayan Princess, which reached #1 on the Big Fish Games portal.[2]

Games[edit | edit source]

Enchantia: Wrath of the Phoenix Queen                                                                                                            

Dark Parables: the Red Riding Hood sisters

Fabled Legends: Dark Piper

Dark Parables: Rise of the Snow Queen

Macabre Mysteries: Curse of the Nightingale

Dark Parables: the Exiled Prince Dark Parables: Curse of Briar Rose

Forgotten Lands: First Colony (2008, Big Fish Games)

Forgotten Riddles: The Moonlight Sonatas (2008)

Forgotten Riddles: The Mayan Princess (2007)

Teddy Tavern: A Culinary Adventure (2007)

Cactus Bruce and the Corporate Monkeys (2004)

Dark Parables - Curse of Briar Rose[edit | edit source]

Help a detective explore a rampant briar growth in Scotland, and discover the true tale of the real Sleeping Beauty!

Forgotten Riddles: The Mayan Princess[edit | edit source]

Forgotten Riddles: The Mayan Princess is a hidden object game where the player is presented with a scene and must find a list of objects by clicking on them. The story revolves around the fate of a Mayan royal family in the 16th century.[3] The list of items to find are presented as riddles; for example, "You'll find I mark time with no tick and no tock; It's with sand that I mimic a modern day clock" indicates an hourglass.[3]

There are exactly 1,500 riddles in the game, most of which were written by Interface Design Artist Shawn Seil.[2]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Blue Tea Games. Retrieved on 2007-09-21
  2. 2.0 2.1 Brodie, Joel (2007-09-19). Interview with Steven Zhao, Blue Tea Games. Retrieved on 2007-09-21
  3. 3.0 3.1 Saltzman, Marc (2007-09-14). Forgotten Riddles: The Mayan Princess Review. Retrieved on 2007-09-21

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