Eidos announce PRISM: Light the Way for Nintendo DS

Eidos Interactive, one of the world’s leading publishers and developers of entertainment software, today confirms a new Nintendo DS title, PRISM: Light the Way, which will be available from September 2007.

A highly addictive light-based puzzle game, where the player can colour, split and bounce the light to create one illuminating pattern, solving the puzzle. Featuring over 130 set puzzles, PRISM: Light the Way also boasts an infinity mode, which will randomly generate puzzle after puzzle.

“This is a game for absolutely everybody who enjoys simple but addictive gameplay,” said Ray Livingston, Brand Manager, Eidos.“The DS is the perfect console for this type of pick-up-and-play game, whether you want a 2 minute fix or are settling down on the sofa for a couple of hours of fun.”

Derived from Morpheme’s original game concept and developed by Gamesauce Ltd. PRISM: Light the Way will be available from September 2007.

About Eidos Interactive Ltd

Eidos Interactive Ltd is part of SCi Entertainment Group Plc (SEG) one of the world's leading publishers and developers of entertainment software. Eidos consists of publishing operations across Europe and the US and several development studios including Crystal Dynamics, IO Interactive, Beautiful Game Studios, Eidos Studios Hungary, Eidos Sweden and Pivotal Games. The Group has a valuable combined portfolio of intellectual property including: Tomb Raider, Hitman, Deus Ex, Championship Manager, Carmageddon, the Conflict series and Just Cause.

Some of the titles currently in development include: Kane&Lynch: Dead Men, Crossfire, Battlestations: Midway, Chili Con Carnage and Highlander.


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