London: 28th November 2007
Growing UK games publisher, Mercury Games today released more screen shots and a video from fourth coming relaxing simulation games“Aquarium by DS” and“Fantasy Aquarium by DS” both for the Nintendo DS.
Just like keeping fish in real life, the fish need to be fed and have their tanks cleaned.“Aquarium by DS” allows the player to keep the usual types of fish that one would find in a fish tank including Clown Fish, Angelfish, Neon Tetra and Guppy. While“Fantasy Aquarium by DS” allows the player to keep fish which could never be kept as pets in a tank such as Blue whales, dolphins, Seals and sharks.
Aquarium by DS and Fantasy Aquarium by DS are due for release in February 2007. The SRP will be£19.99/€24.99.
Notes to the Editor
About Mercury Games
Mercury Games was set up in 2005 as a video games publisher and has sold over one million units worldwide of the Crazy Frog franchise.
Mercury Games publishes games across all platforms including licensed and original IP products for PC, Nintendo DS and Wii, Sony PS2, PSP and PSN, and Microsoft Xbox Live Arcade.
Mercury Games currently operates two additional brands, Turtle Games which publishes games for the children’s market and The Zen Series , which it co-publishes with Japanese videogame company Ertain, consisting of relaxing, non-violent and non-competitive lifestyle games.
Mercury Games are based in central London.
For more information on Mercury Games visit, www.mercurygames.com
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About The Zen Series
The Zen series of games have been developed for the busy, modern urbanite to aid relaxation. This series of lifestyle games do not contain any violence or competitive elements. Zen games are co–published by Mercury Games and Ertain. Experience the spirit of Zen.
Ertain is a publisher of video games from Japan, focusing on handheld consoles. It was incorporated in 2005 and now employs more than 45 people. Ertain is also developing next generation consoles and online games for PCs. Ertain has firmly established itself in Japan with a range of innovative products. It is now expanding into Western markets with a new European division, Ertain BV in Netherlands.
For more information on:
Ertain BV visit, www.ertain.com/en
Ertain Japan visit, www.ertain.com/ja