|NBC's "Law & Order" is entering the mobile marketplace with a game designed to appeal to the franchise's female fans, the Hollywood Reporter says.|
The development of "Law & Order: Celebrity Betrayal" was described as a collaborative process among the mobile-game publisher LimeLife, NBC Universal's mobile department, "L&O" creator and executive producer Dick Wolf, and executive producer Peter Jankowski.
LimeLife and NBC Universal's Bravo property also recently collaborated on a mobile extension for Bravo's reality series, "Top Chef."
The game will follow the formula of "L&O," with users virtually searching for clues through a celebrity crime scene in New York, questioning witnesses and bringing the case to trial. It will have contributions from automated characters from the series, including those of series stars Jesse L. Martin and Sam Waterston.
"Celebrity Betrayal" is available on AT&T and T-Mobile and within the next couple of weeks on Verizon. It is priced at $6.99 for download-to-own on AT&T and T-Mobile and $2.99 for a recurring monthly subscription on T-Mobile. Pricing is not yet available for Verizon.