Mamba Games announce the release of their 2nd game available on DS and Wii.

Following on from the announcement last month detailing the Mamba catalogue for next year, Mamba Games is pleased to announce the release of their second multi platform title: Pirates: Adventures of the Black Corsair.

Pirates: Adventures of the black Corsair will be available on DS and Wii world wide. The game invites players to become marauding buccaneers in 17th century London. Double-crossed by their pirate Captain and branded traitors to their country, players will face countless perils as they struggle to clear their names and become the most famous of pirates, the Black Corsair– defender of the Crown.

The key features of the game are:

• Family friendly fun

• User-friendly and accessible for everyone

• The only 'party' game that allows game play in versus, single, cooperative, and story modes

• Explore 3 vast worlds, including: London City, The Tower of London, and The Royal Court

• Interact with a cast of humorous characters

• Conquer mini-games to unlock special game features

• Easy-to-use In-Game HUD featuring a diary, log, map, inventory, and puzzles

• Save Points and Check Points are spread throughout each level

• Simple navigation made possible by positioning the main character on the Map

• 4 multi players

• 20 mini games

• 15 talking characters

• Dresses pack

• Third person view

The game will be released world wide something that Thomas Ormond Head of International Business Development for Mamba is keen to make a success.

“With Pirates: Adventures of the Black Corsair, Mamba Games is launching its first adventure games consoles onto the market. Gaming fans will appreciate this existing genre– I’m looking forward to seeing its uptake”.

(Please note Thomas was former MD Activision France and then Managing Director Activision Europe (during almost 4 years back in early 1990)

former CEO Funsoft France and South of Europe (including Africa)

former MD Microprose France , covering also the Benelux, Switzerland and French Canada- this was miss printed in Mambas last statement)

Jason Codd of Mamba Games is thrilled to be working with developers Virtual Identity SRL on the title:“The team at Virtual Identity are very professional and we love their way of working, ideas and of course the game. Im really looking forward to hearing the feedback and support we get for this title in retail”.

Review copies for the game will be available in the coming months so please contact to obtain codes for review, please also contact Jennie for any competitions, screen shots and trailers.

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About mamba:

Mamba Games is a new video games publisher based in the United Kingdom, London. Headed up by industry veterans spanning 40 years Mamba Games is looking to make a name for itself with releasing quality, value for money projects. In July 2009 Mamba Games announced a new adventure dedicated brand named "Odyssia" which will launch the first titles "Outcry" and "The Void" in October 2009 within Europe and Australasia. The business plan is to release up to 16 adventure products on PC, Nintendo DS and Nintendo Wii by the end of 2010 and also working with other software publishers for distribution and publishing within Europe.

Mamba Games currently distributes in over 30 territories worldwide with over 40 the target by 2010. These range from the USA to Australia and Japan, working with professional sales and marketing companies giving the products exposure to the retail market. Mamba Games encourages developers of all sizes to contact them if they have a quality product which they would like to bring to retail and digital market.

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