19th October 2009

Reef Entertainment has announced the release of Free Running TM on Nintendo Wii TM &PC within the German and Spanish markets with partners Ubisoft GmbH and Digital Brothers respectively.

Free Running TM is the latest extreme urban sport capturing the imagination of fans across the world with its unique mix of acrobatic moves and tricks within urban environments. Reef Entertainment had previously released Free Running TM on PS2 and PSP to great critical and sales acclaim, but the Nintendo Wii TM version in particular, has brought greater thrills and engagement with clever utilisation of the Wii controllers.

Peter Rezon, CEO of Reef Entertainment said;‘We’ve worked very hard in bringing new depth and dynamism to Free Running TM whilst retaining the core features and strengths which made the original games so successful. We’ve focused on the controllers especially to make the gameplay even more immersive and reappraised the content of the game so as to relate further to fans of the sport. Together with the studio Raylight, we’ve produced a fantastic game of which we’re very proud’.

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Reef Entertainment

Established in 2005, Reef Entertainment is based in offices near the city of Milton Keynes, UK. Created as a UK based computer games publishing company, Reef is an independent studio-style organisation - not owned by or connected to any other major entertainment group - to provide Developers and Content Owners with distinct and alternate routes to markets worldwide.

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