Montreuil (France), January 5th.
As part of its exclusive partnership with Big Fish Games, Anuman Interactive is pleased to announce the release of a new collection in its Time Management series.
Weeks after Syberia’s return to mobile devices announce, its French publisher, Anuman Interactive and US digital distributor, Big Fish Games have signed an exclusive co-edition and distribution deal for the launch of a new games collection called Monument Builders.
Created by Anuman Interactive for gamers of all ages, the collection consists of games where players take part in building famous monuments. Each player is given a time-limited mission in which he or she must build a specific part of a structure. Good stewardship of raw materials (e.g. gold, coal, wood) and human resource management are the key to success. The first construction job in the collection will be set in Paris at the end of the 19th century. Players will take part in building the world famous Eiffel Tower in time for the Universal Exhibition of 1889.
To that end Anuman Interactive and the Eiffel Tower Operating Company (SETEC) have signed a deal for the use of the Tour Eiffel TM brand name and a number of visuals from SETEC’s official photo library.
Sean Clark, Executive Producer of at Big Fish Games enthuses: “We’re delighted to be the exclusive distributors of Anuman Interactive’s new Monument Builders game collection. This Time Management game series is for gamers of all ages, and we’re certain that our audience will enjoy taking part in building the infamous Eiffel Tower.”
Adds Anuman Interactive Marketing Director Eric Nguyen: “With Monument Builders, Anuman Interactive has diversified its catalogue and explores a brand new style of game. Our aim is to further strengthen our know-how in designing entertaining games that are adaptable and accessible to all. That’s why we believe that Big Fish Games is once again our ideal partner. We can be sure that this partnership will help Monument Builders reach the gaming public worldwide.”
The first video game, "Monument Builders - Eiffel Tower TM", will be commercially available at the beginning of the year. Big Fish Games will supply further information on its release very shortly.
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About Anuman Interactive :
Created in 2000, Anuman Interactive SA is a mainstream software publisher and is a leader in the fields of architecture, the Highway Code and creative activities. As a subsidiary of the Media-Participations Group, Anuman Interactive positions itself as an innovative and dynamic publisher with its flagship video game titles (Trainz, Pacific Storm, Prison Tycoon) and on the edutainment market with the titles Clifford, Casper and Muppet Babies.
Anuman Interactive is proud to have a number of prominent partners for the design of high performance software: Renault, M6, Hatier, Atari, Système D, ParuVendu etc.
Since 2007, Anuman Interactive has also been publishing games for the Nintendo DS, Wii, Sony PSP as well as applications for the iPhone and iPod Touch. At the end of 2009, Anuman Interactive acquired the Microïds brand and portfolio, which is known globally for its high quality video games.
For more information, visit http://www.anuman-interactive.com/
About Big Fish Games :
Founded in 2002, Big Fish is the leading online marketplace for premium casual games. Through its proprietary, data driven platform, millions of consumers seeking immersive, relaxing entertainment easily discover and purchase premium casual games created by Big Fish’s network of more than 500 development partners and in-house by Big Fish Games Studios. Renowned for offering A New Game Every Day!® on www.bigfishgames.com, the company offers thousands of games on multiple platforms -- PC, Mac, mobile phone, and tablet. Big Fish’s websites, games, and customer service are available in ten languages – Danish, Dutch, English, German, French, Italian, Japanese, Brazilian Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish – and its games are sold in more than 150 countries. The company is headquartered in Seattle, WA, with regional offices in Vancouver, Canada, Cork, Ireland, and Luxembourg.