Revisit Ancient Persia with Prince of Persia® Classic HD

London, UK — March 1, 2012 — The Prince returns, debuting on the iPad ®, iPhone ® and iPod touch ® today in Prince of Persia ® Classic HD, a new take on the storied platformer. Prince of Persia Classic HD is now available on the iPad [for £1.99] and on the iPhone and iPod touch [for £1.49].

Originally created by Jordan Mechner, Prince of Persia Classic HD revives the series, which has sold 2.5 million copies, with a new style and additional modes. Players can play through the game in three different modes: Normal, Time Attack and Survival, created with high-resolution art assets to take full advantage of the high-definition Retina™ display on Apple ® devices.

Prince of Persia ® Classic HD is available for from the App Store on iPad or at :


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