LIVE MUSICIANS SCORE M.U.D TV SOUNDTRACK

Worms/Bracknell/Baltimore, 6th January 2010.

Fed up of the same TV shows repeated week in week out? Reality TV getting stale? Think you can do a better job? Well it’s time to put your money where your mouth is and head over to M.U.D. TV (Mad, Ugly, Dirty Television) where you call the shots as a top TV Exec striving to raise the ratings and bring in the advertising revenue of your TV station.

To create the right atmosphere for the crazy TV studio environment, Kalypso Media recorded the M.U.D TV soundtrack using live musicians. Johannes Semm, Boris Royko, Cornelius Ulrich and Michael Pätz not only composed the games’ score but also played the instruments and recorded it live in a studio. The result is a blend of funk, chill out and soul music fitting the gameplay perfectly.

A five minute medley of M.U.D TV’s soundtrack is available to download now. Head over to www.kalypsomedia.com/downloads/mudtv-medley.zip to sample for yourself.

M.U.D. TV is currently under development by Kalypso Media’s own studio Realmforge and will be available on PC in March 2010. For all the latest news on M.U.D TV visit the official game site www.mud-tv.com

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For more information please contact

Mark Allen

Head of PR, Kalypso Media

T: +44 (0) 1344 382 148

E: mark.allen@kalypsomedia.com

About Kalypso Media

Specialising in the publishing of interactive media– primarily computer games - Kalypso Media was founded in summer 2006 by industry veterans Simon Hellwig and Stefan Marcinek. A year later, the sister company Kalypso Media UK Ltd. was opened in England and is now led by Andrew Johnson and Charlie Barrett, two experienced members of the Kalypso Media Group management team. In 2009 Kalypso Media Inc. was established in the USA headed up by Deborah Tillett. Kalypso Media also own two development studios, Realmforge Studios GmbH and Gaming Minds Studios GmbH both of which are located in Germany.

For further information see www.kalypsomedia.com 


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