London, June 29th: UK video game publisher Reef Entertainment today announced the European release of REAL HEROES: FIREFIGHTER 3D only for the Nintendo 3DS™. In this first-person fire & rescue action game players will enter the soot-stained boots of an everyday hero as a newly graduated academy cadet getting their start in a big city fire station. Players must use the tools of the trade like the axe, hose and saw to battle raging blazes, tackle explosive environments and rescue survivors.


? ‘Thinking Fire’ AI technology delivers a cunning enemy unlike anything gamers have faced before.

? Utilize the myriad of control options on the Nintendo 3DS™ to bring Axes, Halligan bars, Hoses,

Extinguishers, Rotary Saws and Hydraulic Spreaders to bare.

? Players work with the team of Engine Company 13 advancing through a story driven campaign and

making sure everyone gets out of each mission alive.

? 3D game engine and cut-scenes deliver maximum immersion and excitement.

REAL HEROES: FIREFIGHTER 3D will be available across Europe, September ’12.


For more information about REAL HEROES: FIREFIGHTER 3D or other Reef Entertainment products please contact Will Curley (



About 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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