Little Orbit to Showcases Busy Scissors at E3


IRVINE, CA– May 02, 2010– LITTLE ORBIT (, the worldwide publisher and developer of entertainment products for the casual video game marketplace, will be showcasing their debut release, Busy Scissors®, at the 2010 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles. The company also has plans to reveal several unannounced products.

“E3 has always been about high energy and product innovation. It’s the perfect place to unveil Busy Scissors,” said President Matthew Scott.“We’re excited to be able to contribute to this year’s exciting roster of ground-breaking releases that will be showcased at the trade show.”

Little Orbit collaborated on Busy Scissors, the world’s first and only industry-backed hairstyling and simulation video game, with Toni&Guy Academies, TIGI and Bed Head to integrate actual hairstyling practices and virtual items from their product lines into the game play. Busy Scissors is scheduled for release on Nintendo Wii tm and DS tm later this year.

Attendees of E3, which will take place June 15-17, 2010, at the Los Angeles Convention Center, are invited to visit Little Orbit at booth #4436 in the West Hall.

About Little Orbit

Little Orbit is a publisher and developer of casual video game entertainment products. Based in Orange County, California, and London, Little Orbit brings high quality life simulations to the mass market. Little Orbit was founded by marketing and video game industry veterans with a record of successfully building entrepreneurial ventures and holding top positions in the interactive game industry. The team has a unique history with entertainment companies like Disney, Dreamworks Animation, Warner Bros, Taco Bell, and Mattel that demonstrates an ability to leverage highly visible brands to help grow and engage consumers in emerging game channels. For more information visit

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