De Meern, Netherlands– 18 th April 2011– Easy Interactive is pleased to announce that Natalie Brooks: Treasures of the Lost Kingdom, a popular hidden object game previously only available on PC, is set to hit Nintendo DS™ on 28 th April 2011.

In Natalie Brooks: Treasures of the Lost Kingdom players take on the role of Natalie Brooks, a famous teenage detective, who sets out on an adventure to save her grandfather who has been kidnapped and held hostage.  The latest episode of the Natalie Brooks series will have players in pursuit of an ancient treasure map and evading a terrible curse, as well as uncovering a mysterious secret involving a president and ghost train. 

Natalie Brooks: Treasures of the Lost Kingdom features seven action-packed chapters of gameplay narrated in a charming comic book style.  With hundreds of hidden objects to find and a range of addictive mini-games on offer, players will find this title hard to put down.     

Easy Interactive Managing Director, Michel van Elmpt, comments:“The Natalie Brooks series has already proven to be incredibly popular with its native audience on the PC and with its addictive gameplay and charming animation, we’re sure DS owners will find Natalie Brooks: Treasures of the Lost Kingdom to be a real delight.”

Natalie Brooks: Treasures of the Lost Kingdom features in full:

· Seven chapters of gameplay

· Comic book style narrative

· Beautifully animated scenes and characters

· Wide variety of mini-games

· Hundreds of hidden objects to find

· Unlimited hint system

Natalie Brooks: Treasures of the Lost Kingdom for Nintendo DS is set to launch in the UK on 28 th April 2011, with a suggested retail price of£24.99.  Independent retail distribution is open and via Advantage (Tel 0121 506 9590).


For more information contact:


Simone Jenkinson, Connect International

Tel: 01564 200948



Tony Coles, Peppermint P

Tel: 0207 240 2645


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Notes to Editors

About Easy Interactive

Easy Interactive, BV is an innovative creator, publisher and distributor of family-friendly and casual video games for a wide array of devices including game consoles, handheld devices and personal home computers.  The company has exclusive publishing rights to a large range of games titles, including those from the hugely successful“Purple Hills” brand.

Since formation in 2001, Easy Interactive has built a distribution network in over twenty countries and has localised products into more than six languages. The firm was acquired by Foreign Media Group in 2006 and reclaimed its independent status in September 2010 following an acquisition by private equity firm, Triacta. (

Easy Interactive is headquartered in De Meern, Netherlands and the company website is located at:

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