PARIS, FRANCE– June 24th, 2010– Dancing Dots, an independent video game developer and publisher, announced today the upcoming release of QuickPick Farmer. Designed
exclusively for Nintendo DSiWare TM , QuickPick Farmer will be available in North America on Monday, July 5, 2010 for 200 Nintendo DSi Points TM .
QuickPick Farmer presents George, a simple-minded wolf and eleven different looking dumb sheep. The simple but highly addictive gameplay in QuickPick Farmer challenges players to sort the sheep by dragging and dropping them in the correct trucks to collect their wool. Then players can use a catapult to send the wool to the barns or to shoot it at the wolf, which is coming for a snack, and push him back. QuickPick Farmer includes two game modes:‘30 days’ and‘non-stop’. In’30 days’ mode players must complete 30 different levels with more and more sheep to catch and a wolf moving faster and faster.‘Non-stop’ mode pushes players’ skills to their limits. As sheep come indefinitely and move faster and faster, players must sort as many of them as possible to collect their wool while pushing back George who moves faster and faster as well.
QuickPick Farmer makes ideal use of the Nintendo DSi Stylus and Touch Screen as players drag and drop sheep at will to sort them and easily make use of the catapults. QuickPick Farmer is Dancing Dots’ first self-published game on Nintendo DSiWare.
For screenshots, the latest video trailers and more information about QuickPick Farmer, please visit: http://quickpick-farmer.com.
About Dancing Dots
Dancing Dots is an independent video game developer based in Paris, France. Created in 2005 Dancing Dots is composed of experimented professionals from the video game industry and aims at making original and quality video games. With an excellent track record of retail games such as the million-seller My Baby Girl / Boy, Dancing Dots works on big publishers titles and develop its own games as well.
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