OPEN EMOTION STUDIOS ANNOUNCES I KILL ZOMBIES FOR PSP MINI

Limerick, Ireland - (August 11, 2011) - Video Game Developer Open Emotion Studios ( http://www.openemotionstudios.com/), today announced a new title it is developing for the PSP Mini,  I KILL ZOMBIES, which is due to launch just in time for Halloween this year. The new title is a top down action hack and slasher from Open Emotion Studios.

Inside one of the USA's top prisons, a game show takes place weekly which pits prisoners against traps, beasts and hordes upon hordes of the undead. Playing as one of three characters (And one unlockable

dude) it's the player's goal to make it through all twenty Arenas, clocking up megabuxx to be the first contestant to ever survive on the sensational show that is "I KILL ZOMBIES".

I KILL ZOMBIES will offer 20 levels, 3 characters, Time Attacks, Score Attacks, Leaderboards, Awards and More. 

"I KILL ZOMBIES is a frantic, gory and frankly inappropriate game that any zombie lover shouldn't miss this Halloween," said Paddy Murphy, CEO of Open Emotion Studios.

Stay tuned for more information on the game as the launch gets closer and visit the official Website at http://www.openemotionstudios.com/

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About Open Emotion Studios

Open Emotion Studios ( http://www.openemotionstudios.com/) is a video-game development company, operating out of Limerick, Ireland since late 2009. The company was founded by 3 friends, Patrick Murphy, Mike Naughton and Colm English, whose goal was to produce the games they themselves would like to see on the market. From the beginning of 2010 they have switched focus solely towards the console gaming market with games like Mad Blocker Alpha and Ninjamurai appearing on Sony Platforms. The company grew quickly, partly due to the success of the Studios first flash game, Mad Blocker which was a surprise success garnering over 2 million plays worldwide in its first month on general release.  


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