9 Clues: The Secret of Serpent Creek now available for BlackBerry 10

9 Clues
By James Richardson on 12 Dec 2013 04:21 am EST

If you've enjoyed BlackBerry 10 games such as the Nightmares from the Deep selection, Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden and Dark Arcana: The Carnival, you'll be pleased to know that there is a new title now available from the developer in the form of 9 Clues: The Secret of Serpent Creek. 

Much the same as with the others, it's a hidden-object puzzle-adventure game with amazing graphics and although not my style of game they are hugely popular. Like its predecessors - 9 Clues is a free download, although to unlock the full version of the game you will need to do so via an in-app purchase. 

As usual with this developer, the reviews for the games are extremely positive in BlackBerry World so I see no reason why things should be any different with 9 Clues. If this looks like your cup of tea you can grab it from the link below. Let us know what you think?

The only downside for some folk will be the fact that it is only the BlackBerry Z30 and Z10 that are supported. You can't win 'em all. 

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9 Clues: The Secret of Serpent Creek now available for BlackBerry 10


FIRST of all (PlazmicFlame?) you can win 'em all 'cause if you have the Z30- you have the best phone in the world!!!


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At first glance I thought it said: 9 Clues THAT The Secret of Serpent Creek IS now available for BlackBerry10. I was like woah. Now I gotta solve riddles and mysteries to just download an app?

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I don't know why... but for a moment I thought this was about BlackBerry 10 devices having the Snake game embedded in them and you could type a code to start playing from any screen. And the how to would be here.

You are now in my Bingo Book

Well, it seems this developer has shown their hand with the past few releases being Only for the Zed series Blackberries. It is a shame as at one time I did actually purchase their products for my playbook, but even in that arena they fall on their faces now. Oh well, it would seem that the developers have chosen to segregate and alienate. Not like their offerings in the past were not compatible with the Q, for I just deleted one of their games from my Q. No more support from myself and all the other Q users that used to enjoy the games.

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