Award winning Indie title 'Proun' coming to mobile

Doetinchem, October 9 th 2013 - Engine Software, veteran independent game developer, today announces it will develop and publish the multi-award-winning indie title “Proun” for Nintendo 3DS TM , iOS and Android in collaboration with Joost van Dongen – the original creator of Proun.

Proun, originally released for PC in 2011, went on to become a quick favorite with the indie game community and the art community. Winner of the Dutch Game Award for “Best Original Game Design” and winner of the Dutch Design Award for “Best Digital Media”.

Proun has been displayed next to famous works by Warhol, Matisse and Mondriaan in the renowned Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Eindhoven's Van Abbe Museum and La Gaîté Lyrique in Paris. Proun also received an Honorable Mention for Visual Art at the Independent Games Festival.

After recently developing the hugely succesful console version of Indie smash-hit “Terraria” (for PS3, X360 and Vita) Engine Software is ready to bring yet another succesful indie title to a wider audience. Besides optimizing Proun on each platform, new content will be added to the 3DS, iOS and Android versions of the game in close collaboration with Joost van Dongen.

A release date for Proun will be announced at a later time. For now, feel free to check out the Proun Facebook page:

About Engine Software:

Engine Software B.V., based in Doetinchem, The Netherlands, is one of the most experienced independent game development studios on the planet. Founded in 1995, Engine prides itself in being the oldest active game developer in the Netherlands. Engine Software is currently involved in game development for PS3, X360, Vita, iOS, Android, 3DS, DS and Wii-U.



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