Drawn: The Painted Tower

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Drawn: The Painted Tower
Basic Information
Video Game
Big Fish Studios
Big Fish Games
Digital Download
Microsoft Windows and macOS
Retail Features
Drawn: The Painted Tower
Main Credits
Big Fish Studios
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows and macOS
December 112009
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Drawn: The Painted Tower is an adventure-puzzle casual game developed by Big Fish Studios, and distributed by Big Fish Games. It is the first installment in the Drawn series. The game is available exclusively at Big Fish Games website.

Story[edit | edit source]

Drawn: The Painted Tower unfolds in a land devoid of all happiness. A young girl named Iris represents the last bastion of hope. Anything she draws comes to life, and her imagination moves her to sketch and paint medieval scenes filled with mythical creatures. With this power at her disposal, there are those who would seek to capture the Iris and harness her magic for their own gains. It was for this reason her family sent her into exile to protect her from harm. However, an evil king has discovered her whereabouts and is bent on her capture.

The player must enter the puzzle-filled hallways of the Painted Tower, locate, and save Iris. Many objects in the game are now what they appear to be and player's must explore each scene to unlock all the locks and puzzles.

Promotion[edit | edit source]

Drawn: The Painted Tower was announced July 14, 2009 by Big Fish Games on their blog with links to the official Drawn game site.[1] Concept art was released on the Big Fish Games blog on August 29, 2009.[2] The release date of September 4, 2009 was posted two days later on August 31, 2009 along with the first screenshots from the game.[3] Finally, a sizzle reel of Drawn was announced on the Big Fish Games blog on September 3, 2009 with the video being hosted on the Big Fish Games YouTube page.[4]

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