Robot Rescue coming to the Nintendo DSiWare in Europe and Australia!


Kraków, November 10 th 2010

Teyon, a Polish video games developer and publisher, announced today the release of their logic/puzzle game Robot Rescue on the Nintendo DSiWare™ in Europe and Australia. The title will be available in the Nintendo DSi Shop starting from November 12 th 2010 with the 200 Nintendo DSi Points™ price tag.

Robot Rescue is a fun and original Nintendo DSiWare™ logic game. Your mission is to free robots trapped in an evil computer labyrinth while avoiding deadly traps. Sound easy? Not so fast! Each robot shares linked controls... so when you move one, you move them all! It'll take clever planning and nerves of steel to pull off this electronic escape. You will need to avoid many traps and use special elements!

More information can be found at the game’s site at teyon.com: http://www.teyon.com/games/robot-rescue-dsiware

About Teyon

Teyon is a developer, producer and publisher of video games for all leading platforms including PC, MacOS X, Nintendo DS™, Wii™, X360, PSP and  PS3. The company was founded in 2006 in Krakow, Poland, by a group of professionals working in the games industry since 2002. Teyon debuted on Nintendo Download services in 2009 with a well received Nintendo DSiWare™ puzzle game Ball Fighter, followed by Hubert the Teddy Bear: Winter Games, a WiiWare™ family game and Heavy Fire: Special Operations, a WiiWare on-rails shooter.

Official website: http://www.teyon.com

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Contact

E-mail:  pr@teyon.com

 


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