Icon Games Entertainment brings track building fun and race excitement to Nintendo's Wii console.

For immediate release

Icon Games Entertainment today announced that they are in the final stages of development of their unique Wii track construction game and third Wii title Build’n Race.

Build’n Race is a game of high-speed stunt racing through some of the most reflex testing track designs - jumps, ramps, raised hairpin turns, half-pipes and a multitude of other challenges await the player all within beautifully realised environments.

Track creation tools allow the player to easily build courses using hundreds of different construction blocks, which can then be played in single and multiplayer game modes. Varied game modes and race events include Solo Race, Time Trial, Championship, Race Challenge and Time Challenge and game events such as Speed Lap, Style Race, Lap Knockout, and Tournament. Compete against up to 3 other players in split-screen Multiplayer racing on the game’s in-built tracks as well as the player’s own circuits.

Icon Games Entertainment is now seeking a publishing partner to bring Build’n Race to the PAL audience.

About Icon Games Entertainment

Icon Games Entertainment is an independently owned studio committed to the highest standard of game development and professionalism. To date it has developed and released over 20 games for a variety of handheld and console platforms - including Wii, PS2&PSP.

The team has over ten years of successful production experience, working with publishers such as Playlogic, IN2Games, Ghostlight, Lego Media, THQ, TDK, Majesco, PlayIt, Midway, Midas Interactive, BAM, Mforma, Datel and Acclaim.



Contact: Richard Hill-Whittall ( rich@icongames.com)

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