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Golvellius: Valley of Doom

"Master System's answer to The Legend of Zelda" coming to the iPhone next month.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Paris, France - July 22, 2009 DotEmu, publisher specialized in bringing retro games to life, is proud to announce is partnership with D4 Enterprise for the release of the famous late 80's adventure title Golvellius: Valley of Doom. The game will be available worldwide as soon as August 2009 for iPhone and iPod Touch.

"Golvellius is a wonderful addition to our license portfolio and we are pleased to bring Golvellius to the iPhone and iPod Touch for a great retrogaming experience," said Xavier Liard, co-founder and CEO of DotEmu.

Originally published in 1987 by Compile Golvellius: Valley of Doom was the Sega Master Systems answer to The Legend of Zelda for being one of the best adventure games of the console. Back then, it was recognized for its magnificent graphics and its deep story. Most anticipated retro game of this summer; Golvellius on iPhone benefits from a great attention on the control schemes, the ability to play it on full screen and a smart saving functionality.

The evil king Golvellius is terrorizing the valley with his army. It is up to the brave knight to save the day! Slay the enemies and use the gold to get powerful weapons, equipments and enchanted items.

Worldwide game release in August 2009 on the Apple Appstore

About DotEmu

DotEmu is a leading technology provider for emulation and fast porting solutions giving new life to old video games on today's devices: Internet (Java/Flash), iPhone/Smartphones and PC. DotEmu runs community websites such as EasyRetro.com with over 4 000 000 games played a month on its network. DotEmu manages over 50 titles and provides services and technologies to customers in Europe, USA and Japan. More information on www.dotemu.com

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