London, England--January 20, 2010 - Nordcurrent, a European game developer and publisher, announced today that its first iPhone and iPod Touch title, 101-in-1 Games, will be available for download worldwide on iTunes on January 28, 2010 for a price of $2.99 in the U.S. and€2.39 for Europe. 101-in-1 Games is a compilation of 101 mini-games spanning across numerous genres and is the perfect game for players of all ages.
"We are excited to bring this quirky and addictive collection of mini-games to the iPhone and iPod Touch," said Victoria Trofimova, Director at Nordcurrent. "There are an endless number of games for players to choose from, so no matter what type of genre they enjoy, there is plenty of fun to be had with 101-in-1 Games!"
101-in-1 Games features the greatest-ever games collection for iPhone and iPod Touch, with 101 games in all for players to select. Ranging from puzzle games and fast-paced arcade action, to racing, sports, cooking, shooting, and Sudoku, the combination of all these mini-games in one package is enough to satisfy every iPhone user's gaming needs.
When users first begin playing, they can choose from 10 mini-games that are unlocked. As they continue through the games, players earn points for each completed mini-game as they beat the score. These points can be used to unlock the other mini-games. While some mini-games require more than others to unlock, the more points needed means that the player will earn more points as they complete it.
For more information about 101-in-1Games, or Nordcurrent's complete lineup of products, visit http://www.nordcurrent.com.
Nordcurrent is an international publisher and developer of videogames for consoles, handhelds and PC. Established in 2006, Nordcurrent is best known for its 101-in-1 Megamix series with more than a half million units sold worldwide. Nordcurrent games are available to players in traditional retailer outlets as well as on WiiWare®, PlayStation®Network and AppStore®. For more information about Nordcurrent please visit www.nordcurrent.com or www.facebook.com/nordcurrent.