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Ball Fighter

Puzzler due on European DSiWare next month.

Kraków, June 28th 2010

Teyon, a Polish video games developer and publisher, revealed today that their exciting puzzle game Ball Fighter, after a well reception in the U.S., is heading to the European Nintendo DSiWare TM . It will be available in the Nintendo DSi TM Shop starting from July 2nd 2010 with the price at 500 Nintendo DSi Points TM .

Ball Fighter is a puzzle game where you take aim and blast groups of dropping spheres to create matches and to clear the board. You can make chains to receive additional points or to make a game more difficult for an opponent. Special bonuses like a Brush, a Rocket Launcher or a Bomb can be found on a board. Try also variety of modes (Arcade, Survival, Brain Breaker, Player vs CPU) for a Single-player and the unique Multi-player mode played on one console!

Check out the game’s site at teyon.com: http://www.teyon.com/games/ball-fighter-dsiware/

About Teyon

Teyon is a developer, producer and publisher of video games for all leading platforms including PC, MacOS X, Nintendo DS TM , Wii TM , 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 two well received Nintendo DSiWare TM puzzle games: Robot Rescue and Ball Fighter, followed by Hubert the Teddy Bear: Winter Games, a WiiWare TM family game.

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

Twitter site: http://twitter.com/TeyonGames

Facebook page: http://facebook.com/TeyonGames

Youtube channel: http://youtube.com/TeyonGames

Flickr album: http://flickr.com/photos/TeyonGames

Google Buzz: http://www.google.com/profiles/TeyonGames

Contact

E-mail: pr@teyon.com

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