Full Motion Control Gaming Launches for PC and MAC!

Already a United Nations 2011 'World Summit Award' Winner* from its open-beta phase, Sumo is a physics-based combat/puzzle game that allows for accurate, motion-control 'gesture recognition' gaming on almost any computer. Players use gentle 'Tai-Chi' type moves to guide their character through Sumo School, before taking on a host of enemies in Survival Quests and Challenges. 

And with no requirement to purchase expensive console peripherals and software, OmniMotion's unique 'Motion-Flow' interfacemeans accurate, hi-def motion gaming is now available to everyone, with the on-screen action dictated entirely by the movement of a player's head, hands or body. 

Enjoy the free trial version on www.sumobattle.com. Alternatively, a browser-based 'classic' version is available to sample and share on Facebook, while SUMO has also been adapted into a fun iPhone and iPad format with multi-touch controls and console-standard graphics (look for 'Sumo' and the above icon).

After several years in development, OmniMotion will shortly launch this proprietary technology in several other PC/MAC titles, including an online Sports Simulator, created in conjunction with the Olympic Movement inEurope , to educate and encourage participation in sports among young people. 

So j oin the movement',and discover authentic, accurate, controller-free, motion play - today! 

* Winner of a United Nations 2011 'World Summit Award' in the ' International e-Entertainment and Games' category i n recognition of' "best in e-content and creativity".

Game Photos available on: www.omnimotec.com/sumo-pr.html


Niall Austin

OmniMotion Technology Ltd. (Ireland)

(+353 86) 803-9438.


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