Hammer Away with Happy Hammerin’

LUTON, ENGLAND (November 20th, 2009)– GAMEBRIDGE Ltd., today announces the first details of their second WiiWare title, Happy Hammerin’, to be released under the company’s‘HAPPY’ series label.

Created by Japanese development studio Agenda, the team behind the hugely popular Nintendo DS game“42 All-Time Classics“ (aka Clubhouse Games in the US), Happy Hammerin’ is a fun party game with a variety of modes to suit everyone. Players swing the Wii Remote™ like a hammer as they frantically try to bash moles popping up all over the screen before they disappear again. The quicker you hit the moles the more points you get.

Play single player or go head to head with 3 friends. Players can challenge themselves in three different modes, Mole adventure (1-2P), Mole Marathon (1P) and Party Battle (1-4P). Mole Adventure consists of 4 themed stages (Horror, Japan, Jungle, Space) with 3 difficulty levels. Players can also register their scores online and compete in the world wide ranking. Further details on the game will follow in December.

For more information on Happy Hammerin’ please visit: www.gamebridge.co.uk

For Happy Hammerin’ assets, please email at info@gamebridge.co.uk

-ENDAbout

Gamebridge

Gamebridge is a joint venture company established in 2008 by Japanese digital entertainment company Intergrow and Nordic Nintendo distributor Bergsala. Gamebridge publishes games across all platforms focusing on products Intergrow has created or licensed from studios in Japan and throughout the world.

www.gamebridge.co.uk

About Agenda

AGENDA Co.,Ltd.(AGENDA), with headquarters in Sapporo, Japan, founded in 1990,develops,publishes high quality games for a variety of platforms including digital distribution. AGENDA creates games across a variety of genres for some of the world's leading video game publishers.

http://www.agenda.co.jp


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