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.
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.
[Via Inside Social Games]
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