Crazy Frog Racer US publisher creating game for digital distribution

Graffiti gets XBLA go ahead

US-based independent publisher Graffiti is developing a game for Xbox Live Arcade.

The company, a subsidiary of Signature Devices, was opened last year and has acted as publisher of a number of PC and GBA games, including the regretfully iconic Crazy Frog Racer game.

XBLA work sees it targetting a new audience, however.

"We are thrilled to develop a title for Xbox Live Arcade," said Kenneth Hurley, CEO of both Signature Devices and Graffiti Entertainment. "We are excited to ‘jump in’ on the Xbox 360 and introduce our title to the millions of gamers around the world playing on the console."

The game, currently unnamed and unannounced, is due in 2008.

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