Milan, April 2011 - Digital Tales (, a developer of interactive advertising and e-Learning platforms, videogames and CG commercials, announced a key licensing agreement with Ducati for“ Ducati Challenge”: the game will be released in May on iPhone (supporting the retina display), iPad and Sony PSP.

The game launch will be supported by a dedicated page on the Ducati official Website and the company newsletter will follow the project development step by step, up to the release date. On top of that, a contest will soon be announced offering a seat in the Ducati VIP stand at the next Mugello GP.

Thanks to Ducati Challenge and previous racing titles, Digital Tales establishes itself as a leading international developer of motorbike racing games on mobile platforms.

“Developing such an important product for a world-leading partner is a great honor for our company” said Giovanni Bazzoni, CEO of Digital Tales.“Ducati is one of the most popular brands in the world and being picked for developing this game really makes us proud, rewarding our hard work in recent years”.

Ducati Challenge is an exciting 3D racing game allowing players to ride the most powerful standard models in Ducati's my2011 line, including 6 categories: Monster, Hypermotard, Diavel, Multistrada, Streetfighter and Superbike.

Fast race tracks, winding mountain roads, narrow medieval village streets, bustling metropolises and hot desert valleys will make the perfect locations for breathtaking challenges - 3 championships featuring different difficulty levels, single races and multiplayer races - where you can safely unleash all the power of Ducati's awesome bikes.

Ducati Challenge: speed and fun on two wheels, in the palm of your hand.

Digital Tales, based in Milan and Rome, makes CG commercials, software applications for online interactive advertising, e-Learning platforms and games, specializing in the design and development of multimedia communication tools through digital technologies.


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