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Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice

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Beautiful scenery, elegant clothes, chamber atmosphere of high society among the legendary heroes of the novel of the XVIII century - based on the classic bestseller, Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. The arrival of Mr. Bingley in the Nezerfild Park did not go unnoticed, because a rich lord has made an illustrious party for one of the seven daughters of Bennett. Elizabeth Bennet is trying to arrange the happiness of his dear younger sister Jane. However, her own peace of mind disturbed happening.

Actually, scratch that: The legendary author is more likely to be turning in her grave. Between her most famous novel being zombified and now this, Jane Austen has probably become one disgruntled ghost. BBC Worldwide and Los Angeles-based Legacy Interactive have announced Jane Austen's Rogues & Romance for Facebook, a hidden-object social game based on Pride and Prejudice.

Rogues & Romance, for all intents and purposes, is The BBC's response to the explosion of hidden-object games on Facebook using a powerful (and oddly fitting) brand. According to Legacy Interactive creative director Donald Marshall, Rogues & Romance sees Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy somehow escape the pages of Austen's timeless novel. Of course, it will be your job to help bring them back into the book by finding various hidden objects in scenes inspired by the book.

While finding out how to convince Bennet and Darcy to get back into Pride and Prejudice, players will get to decorate their own manor house, dress up their avatars in Regency-era duds and "court" ... however that may pertain to the game. Legacy Interactive CEO Ariella Lehrer is apparently a member of The Jane Austen Society of North America, and her knowledge of all things Austen has been vital to the social game's creation.

Jane Austen's first social game is in the works courtesy of Cerebral Fix as well, with The BBC having worked to bring brands to free-to-play gaming before, like Dr. Who. As of this writing, Rogues & Romance is in the middle of a closed beta test, with a public release slated for March. You can find out even more about the game at its dedicated website, right here.

 The BBC is the latest company to try its hand at the ballooning Facebook hidden object genre, announcing today a game based on Jane Austin’s Pride and Prejudice called Jane Austen’s Rogues and Romance. The game is currently in closed beta with a tentative launch window set for March.

Rogues and Romance will follow the adventures of Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy after they are married and somehow manage to escape from the pages of Pride and Prejudice. Players will be tasked with tracking down the couple, searching in scenes pulled from all six of Austen’s novels. Players will also be able attend and host formal balls, trade calling cards, decorate their own manor houses and collect 19th century costumes.

 The game is being developed by L.A.-based Legacy Interactive, in association with the BBC’s commercial subsidiary, BBC Worldwide. Legacy has previously made branded games for Fox’s House, M.D. and Mean Girls and Murder, She Wrote.

“Social interaction is at the core of Austen’s work and we felt that was a concept we could explore that had a natural synergy with Facebook,” said Robert Nashak, the BBC’s executive vice president of digital entertainment and games in a statement accompanying the announcement.

The works of Jane Austen have long inspired a dedicated, mostly female, fanbase eager to experience the world of Jane Austen and her creations through Austen-themed vacations, conferences and even formal 19th century-style balls. However, even while the source material is likely to be a hit with the game’s target demographic, competition in the rapidly growing hidden object genre is heating up.  Earlier this week, Disney Playdom announced it would be following up its runaway hidden object hit Gardens of Time with Blackwood & Bell Mysteries; last week News Corp-owned Making Fun launched its photorealistic take on the genre, Hidden Haunts; in January, Zynga moved into the space with the launch of Hidden Chronicles, a game developed by a team of industry veterans including hidden object expert Cara Ely; and almost at the same time, Vostu launched competing hidden object title World Mysteries.

Rogues and Romance is the BBC’s second foray into social gaming. Last year the company teamed with Utinni Games to create a Facebook game based on its popular supernatural drama Being Human. The broadcaster also recently announced it will officially launch its Doctor Who themed MMO, Dr. Who: Worlds in Time in March.


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