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Henceforth to be known as "Bang Attack".


Doetinchem, May 18th 2009 - Engine Software, developer based in the Netherlands, today announces that its debut WiiWare TM title “Bang!” will be renamed to “Bang Attack” in the European and American territories.

The WiiWare puzzlegame “Bang!”, currently only available in European territories, will undergo the name change to prevent further confusion in regards to the copyrighted game “Bang!” produced by Italian company daVinci. In light of the pending American release of “Bang!” for WiiWareTM, Engine Software came to this decision following friendly discussions with the producing company in Italy, and Nintendo of Europe on how to prevent confusion regarding each game.

The new name will be executed on the European WiiWareTM service first, and the updated version will go live in the next few days. Although there is no exact date scheduled for the American release of Bang Attack, we anticipate the game will appear in this territory in the next month.

Currently Engine Software has several new WiiWareTM releases planned, on which more information will be released to the press, and the public in the following months.

About Engine Software

Engine Software B.V., based in Doetinchem, The Netherlands, is one of the most experienced independent game development studios specializing in handheld games. Founded in 1995, Engine prides itself in being the oldest active game developer in the Netherlands. Engine Software is currently involved in game development for Nintendo DSTM, PSPTM, PC Casual and WiiWareTM, and is currently seen as one of the leading developers for handheld platforms.


Engine Software B.V.

Ruud van de Moosdyk

VP of Development

Phone : +31 – 314 – 327685

Fax : +31 – 314 – 359649

E-mail : ruud@engine-software.com


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