LYON, FRANCE– 9 JUNE 2010– Little Worlds Studio, a family-oriented developer and publisher of over 90 games, has announced its E3 2010 line-up of five new games being shown for the first time.
“Based on the Top 5 Paid Apps success we had with‘Where is My Phone?’ for iPhone, we’re able to exhibit at E3 to show our other new games on PC, Facebook, DSiWare, iPhone, and iPad,” said David Chomard, CEO of Little Worlds Studio.“We invite media and attendees to visit us in the French Pavilion, Booth 429 in South Hall.”
In addition to the five new games listed below, Little Worlds Studio will also be happy to demo recently released iPhone titles including Where is My Phone? and Stop Snoring&Alarm:
Animal Color Cross: Indentify over 70 animals around the world revealed underneath puzzle-style tiles. Go on a camera safari and test your logic with colors and numbers as Animal Color Cross arrives on multiplatform:
iPhone June 24th,
PC on June 16th,
DSiWare in US June 28th,
iPad (July), and
Color Cross: The critically-acclaimed game is coming on Facebook.
Facebook in June 2010
Splash Duel HD: Clever underwater mix of wall-breaker and tennis designed for 2 players.
iPad in June 2010
CosmiCrew: F2P browser-based arcade game; drive spaceships with a team of pilots. Each player controls 1 engine!
PC currently in Open Beta in France only; launching summer 2010.
Unnamed Game on iPhone in July
To schedule a media interview at E3, please contact Doug Mealy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To schedule a publisher/business appointment, contact David Chomard at email@example.com.
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For European media inquiries, contact Salima Bessahraoui, Cosmocover, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For US media inquiries contact Doug Mealy, Online Marketing and Public Relations, at email@example.com.
About Little Worlds Studio
Little Worlds Studio is a French independent videogame developer founded in 2004. Its mission is to create games for the mass market. The studio has developed over 90 games on PC, Facebook, Nintendo DS, Web, DVD, and iPhone. It is also an official developer for Wii, Xbox 360, PS3 and PSP, and is proud of its games based on worldwide bestseller licenses like Tomb Raider, Tiger Woods, Dora The Explorer, Scooby-Doo, Astérix, For Dummies, etc., distributed by Atari, Ubisoft, Orange, or Warner