STOP STRESS: A DAY OF FURY, THE COMPLETE THERAPY FOR STRESSFUL LIVING– AVAILABLE FOR WiiWare™ ON JANUARY 8th

Barcelona, Spain– January 6th, 2010– Abylight an independent premier video game developer, is pleased to announce the upcoming release date for Stop Stress: A Day of Fury, the complete anti-stress therapy for those days when everything that can go wrong, does. Stop Stress: A Day of Fury will be released on January 8th on WiiWare™ in Europe for 800 Wii Points™.

“We are happy to announce the European release date for Stop Stress– the perfect antidote for the modern, urban, stressed out gamer”, said Nacho Garcia, producer at Abylight,“With encounters that range from demonic toasters to an antagonising baby gorilla, players will need to destroy everything in their patch to commence to the next stage”.

Have you ever had one of those days where you wish you’d never got out of bed? In Stop Stress: A Day of Fury you play Jack, a man with dangerously high blood pressure and possibly the most stressed man on earth, whose manic urban life is driving him nuts. As our stressed out hero, you have only one objective - to fulfill the ultimate dream of escaping from the city into a stress free Zen like existence.

Unfortunately for our hero Jack, the path to a trauma free life is littered with madcap enemies including a killer toaster, baby gorilla and a crazy cop hell bent on making you lose your cool. To deal with these wacky menaces players use a selection of crazy weapons including a slipper, axe and giant baseball bat as they proceed to wreak total carnage on anything and everything in their path.

To progress to the next level, players need to destroy everything they can get their hands on commence to the next stage. Featuring three different levels of difficulty within four different unabated and chaotic scenarios, the stress won’t halt, until you stop it or the stress stops your heart.

Stop Stress: A Day of Fury is rated PEGI +12 and will be available on the Wii Shop Channel. For additional information please visit the official site at: http://www.stopstressthegame.com

About Abylight

Abylight is a European developer and publisher. Founded in Barcelona in 2003, the four founders have a rich video game development heritage which includes productions for a wide range of platforms since 1988, including: 8-bit computers, consoles (Game Boy™ B/W - Color, Master System, Game Gear, NES™, Super NES™, Playstation, Game Boy™ Advance) and coin-op.

Abylight’s most recent interactive entertainment releases are“Elite Forces: Unit 77” for Nintendo DS™ and "Fish'em All" for WiiWare™

About JungleLand Games

Jungleland Games designs and finances videogames, since its own conception, the company envisages creativity as a way ofn linking games with new communities. This connectivity allows software producers and videogames distributors to meet video gamers in the most direct way possible

In order to make this connectivity last, Jungleland Videogames utilises a business approach that allows all participants connected to Jungleland Projects to benefit as partners and not only as providers or users.. These are the Jungleland People

Jungleland Videogames firmly believes in the endless capabilities to generate new playable concepts of Our People, that will be welcome in the video game community, contributing to the enjoyment of this 21st Century Art

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