Montreuil (France), April 24th , 2012. French publisher Anuman Interactive is expanding the catalogue of its brand Microïds - Games for All, and has signed a publishing contract for "Save the Furries" on PC, a casual video game developed by SDP Games, a Lyon-based studio.
Anuman Interactive, who is proud to be helping to promote the French video game production industry, has signed a publishing contract with the studio SDP Games for an international digital and hard copy release of the PC version of the game “Save the Furries".
Scheduled for release in May 2012 on PC, the “Save the Furries” puzzle game plunges players into high-color graphic universes where they have to face obstacles and all sorts of different dangers, over around 60 levels.
For Alain Milly, Anuman Interactive’s Publishing Manager, ““Save the Furries” is a great new addition to the catalogue, and completes the puzzle genre. At the moment, our casual range comprises hidden-object and time-management games, like the Monument Builders' license that we released at the end of 2011 in partnership with Big Fish Games. That’s why we’re so pleased about this partnership with SDP Games and the "Save the Furries" title, because it means that we can diversify and enrich our catalogue.”
Laurent Benadida, Manager of SDP Games, adds, “SDF Games has chosen Anuman Interactive to publish the “Save the Furries” license on PC because we want to capitalize on their vast know-how. We are confident that this publisher will successfully market this video game to an worldwide general public.”
Follow the latest news about Anuman on Twitter: http://twitter.com/anumani
Join Anuman fanpage on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/anuman.fr
View Anuman Interactive videos on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/anumaninteractive
About Anuman Interactive:
Created in 2000, Anuman Interactive is a French publisher of software, applications and video games for the general public, and is best known for its Architecture, Highway Code and Creative Activities titles. With the experience and know-how of its teams, Anuman Interactive has widened its sphere, which mainly includes practical and edutainment titles, and now encompasses adventure video games, an industry in which it is becoming a major international player, thanks to the Microïds (Amerzone, Dracula, Still Life, Syberia) brand.
At the end of 2009, Anuman Interactive joined the Media-Participations group, the 3rd largest publishing group in France and the top comic book publishing group in Europe, as a subsidiary company, and has shared its multimedia expertise with the different companies within the group to consolidate its progress in the development of new technologies.
Today, Anuman Interactive develops, publishes and distributes applications, as well as video games, on a number of different platforms (PC, Mac, Consoles, iPhone, iPad, Android etc.), thanks to a rich and varied license catalogue. As both a major player in Apple's AppStore, and as the partner of globally known download platforms like Steam or Big Fish, these are certainly exciting times for Anuman Interactive!
For more information, visit http://www.anuman-interactive.com/
About SDP Games:
SDP Games is an award-winning game developer founded in 2005 by Laurent Benadiba after Co-Founding Team Bondi in Australia and working on L.A Noire as Technical Director. We are based in Lyon, France.
Our mission is simple: make great games for the entire family on all platforms.
Before Save the Furries, we have developed Dance Paradise and Minute to Win it on the Xbox 360 Kinect system and Kabuki Samurai Sensei on the iPad platform.
We’ve also helped BigFish Games to port Sherlock Holmes and the Hound of the Baskervilles (#1 in the USA in the free games category) and My Life Story: Adventures to the iPad & iPhone platforms.
Check out our website for more information http://www.sdpgames.com
Save the Furries official website: http://www.savethefurries.com
Press Contact: Anuman Interactive - Guillaume Bastide- PR & Communication Manager - email@example.com
The names of companies and products mentioned in this document are the trademarks of their respective owners.