Intro teaser trailer for upcoming Furry Legends on WiiWare

Sunnyvale, CA - March 24, 2010 - Gamelion revealed today new teaser trailer of the intro story for Furry Legends. The upcoming game for Nintendo WiiWare service and Samsung Bada, a physics-based 3D puzzle-platformer game, scheduled for world-wide launch on WiiWare during Q2 of 2010.

About Furry Legends

In“Furry Legends” players take control of characters who are best described as a furry ball.“Furry Legends” will feature a couple of unique characters, each with its unique powers, allowing the player to perform various moves depending on the character selected. Players will be able to roll, jump, bounce, attack and perform other various moves with their spherical character. Gamelion aims to please both casual and hardcore crowds, with easy to pick up and hard to master gameplay, as well as brilliant, full 3D graphics packed with detail and a healthy dose of humor. The game features controls taking advantage of the Wii Remote as well as a robust physics system, which will be used to solve different puzzles player might roll into.

Key features

• Robust physics engine, allowing the player to solve sophisticated puzzles

• Full 3D Graphics, with 2D gameplay

• Full screen post-processing effects

• Tons of humor

• Varied in-game environments

• Fun and cute characters

• Challenging levels

• Intriguing story

Game trailer

Game website

About Gamelion

Gamelion is a creative studio focusing on casual games for all digital distribution gaming platforms, committed to creating success for its world leading customers. Since 2002 Gamelion has created engaging entertainment products for leading game publishers, media houses and handset manufacturers. The team creates entertainment with high production values and has a track record of delivering critically acclaimed titles based on well-known corner franchises of the global gaming industry. For more company information, visit and

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