Award-winning escapeVektor reduced by 50% over 2 weeks

Sydney, August 5th 2013


Nnooo is pleased to announce the price of our award-winning and critically acclaimed game escapeVektor™ will be reduced by 50% over the next 2 weeks. The game will be on sale on Nintendo 3DS™ and PlayStation®Vita across The Americas, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.

escapeVektor is a retro-styled arcade game in which the player controls Vektor, an entity trapped inside the player’s CPU. The player has to help Vektor escape the CPU which has been holding him captive. In making his escape, Vektor must get through obstacles and avoid enemies, each with different hunting patterns and intelligence. As the player completes the various levels in the game, escape becomes more difficult. New abilities unlock to help the player outwit and destroy the CPU’s army. As the player continues through the game, old code and memories are unlocked which reveal more about Vektor’s past. 

"Everybody loves a sale and the response to our last one was awesome," said Bruce Thomson, Business & Marketing Director at Nnooo. "It's another great opportunity for people to snap up escapeVektor at a reduced price."

The game's soundtrack will also be on sale at a 60% discount for 2 weeks from  cdbaby (or via Nnooo's  Facebook page).

"We're also releasing escapeVektor in three new countries on the PS Vita," said Thomson. "Players in Argentina, Brazil and Chile will be able to enjoy our game from August 6. It will launch at the reduced price for 2 weeks. "

Head over to our  escapeVektor webpage to learn more about the game and see some of its great reviews. 

Details of the sale are as follows:

Nintendo 3DS:         The Americas, Europe, Australia & New Zealand - August 8th to August 22nd; reduced from US$9.99 to US$4.99 /  €10 to €5 / AUS$13 to AUS$6.50 / NZ$17 to NZ$8.50.

PlayStation Vita:      The Americas - August 6th to August 20th; reduced from US$9.99 to US$4.99.

                                                Europe, Australia & New Zealand - August 7th to August 21st; reduced from €9.99 to €4.99 / AUS$14.45 to AUS$7.22 / NZ$18.95 to NZ$9.47.

PlayStation Plus subscribers will receive an additional 10% discount off the full retail price during the PlayStation Vita sale period in each region.

Original soundtrack on sale via  cdbaby from August 6th to August 22nd; reduced from US$4.99 to US$1.99.


Nnooo is a game development studio based in Sydney, Australia.

More information about Nnooo is available at while escapeVektor information can be found at

escapeVektor screenshots are available for Nintendo 3DS  here and for PS Vita  here.

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escapeVektor was developed with the assistance of Screen NSW.

Nnooo™ (pronounced "no") was formed in 2006 by Nic Watt, a former lead game designer at EA in London, with the aim of making innovative use of gaming platforms resulting in great, fun to use games and applications which appeal to everyone. 

Nnooo’s first game Pop™ was released as a launch title for WiiWare™ in the Americas in May 2008 and in Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Japan later that year. The game was also launched on the iPhone™ and iPod Touch™ and Pop+ Solo™ was released for Nintendo DSiWare™ in 2009. 

Other titles released by Nnooo include the myNotebook™ collection, myPostcards™ and myDiary™ for Nintendo DSiWare and escapeVektor™: Chapter 1 for WiiWare.

The company's most recent releases were Spirit Hunters Inc™: Light and Spirit Hunters Inc: Shadow for Nintendo DSiWare and Nintendo eShop and escapeVektor for PlayStation®Vita and Nintendo eShop. 

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