Sparks of magic fill the air as Teyon & FunUnit release Wizard Defenders on Nintendo DSiWare

December, 11 th 2012

Krakow, POLAND: Teyon, a video games developer and publisher, and FunUnit, a Japanese video games developer, today announced the collaborated release of their Japanese title, Wizard Defenders to audiences in Europe and North America. This magically enchanting title will be available in Europe from Thursday, December 13 th and in North America from the 27 th of December for 200 Nintendo DSi Points™ via Nintendo DSiWare™ and €2/$1.99 in Nintendo eShop.

The game revolves around an invasion of monsters to an enchanted land inhabited by wizards and sorceresses. The combination of match-3 puzzle and continuous game play provides gamers with endless entertainment as the game progressively increases in difficulty with more variations of monsters making an appearance on the screen. Using the match-3 function you are required to combine the same colored wizards together to create diverse magical spells to destroy the approaching monsters and any barricades they create.

Features include:

  • Special enchanting spells to create powerful attacks - Magical Explosion & Call to Arms
  • Various monsters and obstacles to keep you constantly immersed in puzzling action
  • Adjustable pace and difficulty level to suit all players
  • Never-ending magical entertainment in Endless mode

Follow the link to watch the official trailer of the game:

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About Teyon

Teyon, a leading developer and digital publisher of interactive entertainment for all platforms was founded in Krakow, Poland in 2006. Since its’ beginnings, Teyon has released over 100 titles worldwide using proprietary cross-platform technology. The company currently employs over 70 personnel spanned across all 3 office locations including Lodz, Poland and Tokyo, Japan. For more information, visit .

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