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Game: New Archer A.R. Mobile Game Will Have You Playing Along With New Season

The new Archer augmented reality game for mobile, Archer, P.I., will have you looking for clues in the real world. In Archer, P.I. will have you solving cases alongside the show, which returns on April 5 at 10 PM ET/PT. You will be using your phone to bring close to life as you scan real life things and places like “billboards, TV commercials, the Archer Facebook page, and FXNetworks.com.” According to Engadget, you will be using your printer to assemble clues you gather to get your rewards:

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If you want to claim your rewards and unlock every mystery, though, you’ll also have to print and assemble physical objects based on what you see in the show.

 

You can get the new game on both Android and iOS devices any time to be ready.

Solve cases alongside the world’s greatest spy turned private eye while you watch Archer on FXX. Wednesdays, starting April 5 at 10 PM ET/PT

Here’s how it works:

Open the app and find items and case clues to help you get started. During all-new episodes of Archer: Dreamland, use your device camera to point at designated targets on screen, and watch them come to life with new clues that will help you solve the case. And continue sleuthing during the week by finding additional clues that are hiding in “real world” places like billboards, TV commercials, the Archer Facebook page, and FXNetworks.com. But don’t worry, you aren’t in this alone. Archer will be giving you helpful hints along the way. Well, hopefully they are helpful.

Complete all the cases and impress Archer enough for him to put your name on the door of his detective agency.

 

Source:

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