Developer A Different Game has announced that its augmented reality game, Ghostwire has been delayed in hopes of finding a publisher.

Ghostwire, which allows players to use the DSi’s cameras to hunt for ghosts in real world locations was originally scheduled to release later this year, but has slipped because the company has been unable to find a publisher for the creative title.

A spokesman from A Different Game comments that the game has not been canceled and points out that a new website for the game has been unveiled along with Twitter and Facebook accounts.

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