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EVB Channels Spirit of ‘Clue’ for Jameson Facebook Game

Ahh, Evolution Bureau, you had us at Jameson, which is the shot of choice for yours truly and many others out there we imagine. The San Francisco digital agency has teamed up with unit 9 to launch a Facebook game (which means it would really help if you had a Facebook account to actually play) that invites you and your friends on the social network to solve a mystery surrounding a missing barrel of the Irish whiskey. The game transports players back to 1780′s Dublin, where you’ll be given a map and meet a handful of characters around town who will provide you with clues to identify the culprit behind the missing barrel.

Just a heads up, though, that your Facebook information including friend lists, news feeds, etc., will need to be digested by Jameson in order to play the 1780 game as it also tests how well you know your FB friends in the process. If you relish playing a Col. Mustard, Prof. Plum or Ms. Scarlet type and are tired of playing Clue, perhaps this a worthy enough time-killer for you. Besides, we know you’re already thinking drinking game with this anyways. Credits after the jump.

AGENCY:
Evolution Bureau
EXECUTIVE CREATIVE DIRECTOR:
Stephen Goldblatt
ART DIRECTOR:
Aaron Feiger
COPYWRITER:
Jean Morrow
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER:
Craig Batzofin
PROJECT DIRECTOR:
Bo Jacobson
PROJECT ASSOCIATE:
Ryan Leong
BROADCAST PRODUCER:
Troy Courtney
DESIGNER:
Aaron Feiger
DESIGNER:
Bela Spohrer
JUNIOR DESIGNER:
George Tong
EDITOR:
Max Stein

PRODUCTION COMPANY:
Unit 9
DIRECTOR:
Martin Percy
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY:
Carl Burke
DESIGN LEAD:
Jarrod Castaing
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER:
Valentina Culatti
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER:
Michelle Craig
PRODUCER:
Olivia Young
PRODUCER:
Fred Chak
PRODUCER:
Louis Figgis

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