FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PARIS– June 6, 2007– Vivendi Games Mobile, a division of Vivendi Games, today announced it is bringing the classic brain teaser The Incredible Machine™ to mobile subscribers worldwide. The mobile version of the game is based on Sierra Entertainment’s original PC title and is now available for mobile phones throughout Europe and is coming soon to North America.
“This mind-bending, brain-squeezing, neuron-twisting puzzle with real-time physics and rich graphics allows players to be the inventor and build The Incredible Machine with the only limitation being the imagination,” said Paul Maglione, president of Vivendi Games Mobile.“Gamers are sure to enjoy this ultimate test of mind over matter as they attempt to create innovative contraptions and make their way through 80 levels of challenging gameplay.”
The Incredible Machine is an intuitive and engaging puzzle game that eases players into increasingly complex levels. As the tasks become more difficult, players must solve each puzzle using the 50+ wacky objects and tools which includes scissors, fans, tubes, balls, pulleys and lasers to name just a few. The Incredible Machine offers players two unique modes:“classic play” in which players progress through each level after correctly solving the puzzle and unlock exciting new content and bonus material along the way;“free play” gives players the flexibility to play as they wish and experiment at will with the seemingly endless variety of devices and parts found throughout the game.
About Vivendi Games Mobile
Vivendi Games Mobile ( www.vgmobile.com), a division of Vivendi Games, creates and publishes quality titles for the mobile games market. The division runs a global business, with its headquarters, operations and an internal development team in Paris, a US-based team in Los Angeles and its Centerscore studio in San Mateo, California. The company publishes games based on original IP, popular entertainment licenses and classic Sierra Entertainment IP, which are distributed by more than 90 operators and dozens of Web portals in 60 countries around the world.