Anuman Interactive signs partnership deal with Paul Cuisset and his VectorCell studio

Montreuil (France), November 22 th, 2012. French software publisher Anuman Interactive has announced it has signed a partnership deal with VectorCell design studio. VectorCell is headed by Paul Cuisset the creator of games like “Time Traveller”, "Operation Stealth", "Darkstone", "Flashback", and the "Moto Racer" series.

As part of its business development strategy and commitment to promoting the creativity of French computer game design worldwide, software publisher Anuman Interactive has announced it is to partner with development studio VectorCell, headed by a historical figure in the French video game community: Paul Cuisset.

He started out in the business 23 years ago with Delphine Software as lead designer then vice-president, creating a number of internationally acclaimed video games. They include Flashback, which has gone down in the annals as one of the world’s most widely sold French a number of internationally acclaimed video games the 4.8 million selling Moto Racer saga, and Darkstone.

In 2003, Paul Cuisset decided to take a break from the video game world. Yet three years later he was back in the limelight with his new development studio VectorCell.

Anuman Interactive and VectorCell are today entering into a partnership deal and are preparing to collaborate on developing a number of projects over the coming months. Says Anuman Editorial Director Alain Milly: “It’s both a pleasure and an honour for us to be working with Paul Cuisset and VectorCell. We firmly believe that Paul’s experience, his know-how and – above all– his passion will give rise to some exciting new games for all types of gamers.”

Paul Cuisset, Vector Cell studio founder add : “ I’m very happy to start a collaboration with Anuman Interactive, a publisher who is today one of the best advocate of french creation.

Further details about the projects under development will, of course, be communicated to the media and public in the coming weeks and months. For the time being, fans will be pleased to learn that a re-release of Darkstone for PCs is due out by the end of the year and for mobiles some time in 2013.

About Anuman Interactive:

Created in 2000, Anuman Interactive is a French publisher of software, applications and video games for the general public, and is best known for its Architecture, Highway Code and Creative Activities titles. With the experience and know-how of its teams, Anuman Interactive has widened its sphere, which mainly includes practical and edutainment titles, and now encompasses adventure video games, an industry in which it is becoming a major international player, thanks to the Microïds (Amerzone, Dracula, Still Life, Syberia) brand.

At the end of 2009, Anuman Interactive joined the Media-Participations group, the 3rd largest publishing group in France and the top comic book publishing group in Europe, as a subsidiary company, and has shared its multimedia expertise with the different companies within the group to consolidate its progress in the development of new technologies.

Today, Anuman Interactive develops, publishes and distributes applications, as well as video games, on a number of different platforms (PC, Mac, Consoles, iPhone, iPad, Android etc.), thanks to a rich and varied license catalogue. As both a major player in Apple's AppStore, and as the partner of globally known download platforms like Steam or Big Fish, these are certainly exciting times for Anuman Interactive!

For more information, visit http://www.anuman-interactive.com/

 


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