Vancouver solo indie game developer Dark Acre releases first project

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

VANCOUVER, December 7, 2010 - Dark Acre Game Development announced today that the debut effort‘Above and Below’ is now available free-to-play via their website to Unity-enabled browsers.

Above and Below, a browser-based video game built in Unity 3D, is the debut release from solo independent game-maker Christopher‘Jack’ Nilssen.

In Above and Below, the player controls a tiny person that can jump up to the harrowing heights and fall down into the deadly depths of the game world, collecting valuable treasures, avoiding mindless minions, and defeating terrible guardians. A casual platformer, the full experience can be had in under thirty minutes and is available completely free from the developer’s website.

Above and Below is the result of eight weeks of intensive full-time work. It is delivered via the Unity 3D game engine to browsers, and represents the first in a series of free-to-play efforts from Jack’s Dark Acre.

For additional information, screenshots, or evaluation copies, please contact Jack or visit the product page at www.dark-acre.com/project-zero-one.

About Dark Acre Game Development

Dark Acre is an independent game development studio based in the West End of Vancouver, Canada. Founded by Christopher‘Jack’ Nilssen in October of 2010, Dark Acre is currently committed to producing a new game experience every two months in order to generate market awareness and gain a deeper appreciation for all aspects of the game development process, both commercial and artistic.

http://dark-acre.com/press

Contact:

Dark Acre Game Development Incorporated

Christopher‘Jack’ Nilssen

307-1350 Haro Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V6E 1G2

Telephone: +1 604 687 0562

Mobile: +1 604 721 7293

Available: Thursday through Tuesday, 0700 to 2130 Pacific Standard Time

E-mail: press@dark-acre.com

Website: http://dark-acre.com

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