OMG-Z rampages through the web


BRAINTREE, UK – 10 th August 2011

It’s been a week since OMG-Z was released and the reaction has been fantastic.  It’s been great hearing from all of the OMG-Z fans on our Facebook and Twitter and it’s not just been you guys who’ve loved OMG-Z, the reviews have been fantastic too.

Eurogamer gave OMG-Z a 9/10, saying: “ All of this adds up to a monstrously addictive quick-fire affair that utterly nails what on-the-go handheld gaming should be about.”

PushSquare went one further giving it 4/4 and saying: “ With an enormous array of levels, plenty to unlock and a huge amount of replay value... OMG-Z is a real tour-de-force. It summarises everything that’s great about Minis...”

The love for OMG-Z has even spread to the Netherlands where gave it a 91% rating, saying: “OMG-Z is in fact a real winner.  The game combines a subject that we have known for years with an original and addictive puzzle game.”

OMG-Z goes on general release on the 16 th August (SCEA) and 17 th August (SCEE) so it’s only a week to go until those of you without PlayStation Plus get to join in the Zombie Exploding fun.

Established in 2005, Laughing Jackal are the developer of PlayStation minis such as Du æl Invaders, Vibes, Ace Armstrong vs. the Alien Scumbags, Stellar Attack and Cubixx.  We are currently working on a PlayStation minis conversion of the Fighting Fantasy series of Choose Your Own Adventure gamebooks, and have just released the critically acclaimed OMG-Z, a chain reaction shooter for PlayStation Minis. Our first PlayStation®3 game, Cubixx HD, will be coming to the SCEE PSN on August 17 th, with an SCEA PSN release date to be announced soon.


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