Playrise Digital teams up with Playmob and SOS Children’s Villages for the release of second title, ‘Baby Nom Nom’

Liverpool, UK – 9th July, 2013 – Playrise Digital Ltd, Playmob and SOS Children’s Villages are thrilled to announce a new partnership for the forthcoming release of Playrise Digital’s second title, ‘Baby Nom Nom’ a unique physics-based puzzle game exclusively for iOS devices due in July 2013.

SOS Children’s Villages will get 15% of net revenue from every download of Baby Nom Nom which will directly help with the charity’s work in transforming the lives of orphaned and vulnerable children around the world.

“We are thrilled to announce this new partnership with Playmob and SOS Children’s Villages today” said Nick Burcombe, Playrise CEO . “Our partnership makes me doubly proud that we are able to help with the charity’s important work in supporting children and families. This is a game that truly keeps on giving”.

“We are delighted to be working with Playrise Digital, ” said Meryl Davies, UK Director of Fundraising for SOS Children’s Villages. “We’re really excited to be a part of this project. Donation-based gaming is a clever way for Playrise to support us. When they suggested Baby Nom Nom, we could see it was a unique way for them to help us nourish and care for babies and children.”

More news on Baby Nom Nom’s game features will emerge very soon!

Baby Nom Nom assets are available from: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/shd3ebpi4ezljt0/q1HvNTWfss

Press contact:

Sam Brace

sam.brace@playrise.co.uk

+44 (0) 7813 988908

About Playrise Digital Ltd.

Playrise Digital Ltd, is an independent videogame development studio based in Liverpool, UK. Founded in 2012, the company develops console-quality videogames for handheld and digital platforms. The company’s first two games, Big Chip 2013 award nominated Table Top Racing, a AAA miniaturised combat-racer, and Baby Nom Nom, a unique physics-based casual puzzle game, will be launched in 2013.

www.playrisedigital.com

@PlayriseDigital

www.facebook.com/Playrise

About SOS Children’s Villages

SOS Children’s Villages is a global charity which provides orphans and vulnerable children with a stable and positive family life. The charity protects and improves the lives of children in 125 countries, working with communities to keep fragmenting families together, and where this is not possible, building new families for children at risk.

Working together with deprived communities, SOS Children’s Villages identifies needs and provides practical and emotional tools for parents and caregivers to prevent family breakdown. When children lose their families and have nothing and no one, the charity ensures that they can grow up in a safe environment by creating new families. Headed by SOS mothers, families live together in unique SOS Children’s Villages, which are located in the heart of communities. The charity establishes schools and medical centres to ensure that more children have the opportunity of an education and access to quality medical care. Every year, SOS Children’s Villages’ programmes reach over two million people.

As a global authority on alternative care, SOS Children’s Villages works in partnership with the United Nations, advocating for the rights of all children and contributing towards the development of key child protection policies.

Press contact:

Meryl Davies, UK Director of Fundraising

Meryl.davies@soschildren.org

+44 (0) 1223 222 968

www.soschildren.org

www.facebook.com/soschildren

https://twitter.com/sos_children

The campaign has been supported by Playmob, a London based Tech company specialising in charitable fundraising through games.

www.playmob.com

@Playmob

www.facebook.com/playmob

 


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