Capcom's Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective, originally released on the Nintendo DS last year, is making its way to the App Store from midnight tonight.
The game follows Sissel, a ghost who has a number of tricks up his sleeve - Ghost Tricks, to be exact. By switching to the ghost world, Sissel is able to pause time and pass through solid objects.
He can also possess and manipulate objects, like bicycles or ironing boards, with various actions available depending on what you're currently possessing.
Lead development on the game was handled by Shu Takumi, the genius behind the Ace Attorney series, so there are plenty of reasons to be excited.
The first two chapters of the iOS version are completely free to download and play. The rest of the title is available as IAPs.
The game has already landed in the New Zealand App Store, so expect to see it appear in your country's respective App Store from midnight tonight.