TWELVE AT E3 EXPO

Crotone, Italy, June 2010– TWELVE ( http://www.twelvegames.com), leading European game development company will be attending 2010 E3 Expo in Los Angeles. Twelve Managing Director will present new products, recently acquired Licenses and newly formed Blue and Orange internal teams to a series of selected partner.

About Twelve:

Twelve is an European game development company founded in 2003 by Giuseppe Crugliano. Based in sunny Crotone, Italy, in just a few years the company has become one of the most important console game developers in the country, working on a number of action and adventure titles for Wii, DS, PSP, PS2, PC. The company is a PS3, 360, Wii, DS, PS2, PSP, iPhone/iPad, Zeebo licensed developer. Work is currently underway on Capoeira, a stunning martial arts fighting game for Wii, PSP,PS2 and PC, featuring lots of sports elements, tournaments and multiplayer street fights. Previously the company released CID THE DUMMY for Wii,PSP,PS2,PC,DS in Europe and US with Oxygen Games, GFI in Russia and soon in Japan with Takara TOMY. The team previously created Elf Bowling on Nintendo DS and Party Crashers on Nintendo Wii for Detn8Games. The Company recently signed a series of important third party licenses such Robby Naish and others yet to be announced. Twelve team has deep knowledge of high profile technologies for game development such Cryengine 3, Vicious Engine, GameBryo, Unreal Engine 3, Vision and Unity. Twelve current and past team members worked on many AAA titles and the studio was recently restructured in two teams: Blue Studio for AAA console title development, and Orange studio a research and development team that focuses on new technologies implementation such 3d motion sensing, online games, iPhone/iPad, Arcades, Set Top Box gaming.

For further information about Twelve and its games, please visit http://www.twelvegames.com.

For more information please contact:

Giuseppe Crugliano

Managing Director of Twelve

E-mail: info@twelvegames.com


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