Rice-a-Roni is not the Only San Francisco Treat!

Montreal, Quebec, Canada– March 13, 2009– Well, Meridian4 is at it again, they’re packing their bags and heading out to the 2009 Game Developers Conference and Game Connection held from March 23 to March 27 in San Francisco. With past successes like Shadowgrounds, Space Trader and even Bus Driver from previous shows, Meridian4 is seeking out developers with unique, fun and addictive titles to publish Worldwide.

"The Game Connection events have been terrific at finding us unique, imaginative and fun-to-play games to publish to a new or wider audience. This will be our third time in San Francisco and we are looking forward to a week of meeting with developers and viewing some terrific games." said Andy Sher, CEO at Meridian4.

About Meridian4

Meridian4 is an interactive software publisher located in Montreal, Canada. A new publishing company, with new ideas and a different approach to forming partnerships with developers, Meridian 4 aims to actually form a partnership– a true relationship characterized by mutual cooperation and responsibility to achieve the best possible performance for developers’ products. For more information, visit http://www.meridian4.com.

About Game Connection

Game Connection is a unique speed dating event for business-focused game makers. It is a one-stop shop to meet face to face dozens of targeted potential partners involved in all stages of the production pipeline, from the concept to the outsourcing, publishing, distribution and financing, in back-to-back 30-minute meetings. Where else do you get to conduct an average of 27 tailored meetings in just three days, network with the best developers, publishers, distributors and service providers of the industry who are committed to make great games?

For more information about our games, do not hesitate to contact me. Review copies are available.

Steve Milburn

Meridian4

www.meridian4.com


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