QUEBEC CITY, CANADA - Nov. 12, 2009
Frima Studio, a leading independent Canadian videogame developer, today announced the release of Big Brain Wolf, a puzzle-packed fairytale adventure, on the popular digital distribution platform Steam, which makes PC games available online to more than 20 million users worldwide. With a cast of familiar characters, including Little Red Riding Hood, the Three Little Pigs, and the Seven Dwarves, Big Brain Wolf gives a modern twist to all of your favorite tales!
“Big Brain Wolf is designed for gamers of all ages interested in witty adventures and challenging puzzle solving,” said Frima CEO Steve Couture. “We look forward to reaching a wide range of new players through Steam’s vibrant gaming community.”
A classic point and click adventure, Big Brain Wolf takes players through a fantastical world as a not so big, not so bad asthmatic vegetarian wolf studying to become a genie. This humorous tale has players solving sixty unique puzzles while trying to untangle a sordid murder mystery. To add another layer to the game, Frima Studio teamed up with the neuroscientists of Brain Center International to develop six fun brain training exercises for Big Brain Wolf. Completing these exercises will grant players useful hints to help them solve the game’s hardest puzzles while also sharpening essential mental functions like memory, processing speed, decision making, and multitasking.
Big Brain Wolf is available on Steam for $9.99. To download the game, visit: http://store.steampowered.com/app/35600
For more information, visit the official website at www.bigbrainwolf.com.
About Frima Studio
Frima Studio is a major independent game developer based in Quebec City, Canada. Since 2003, Frima has developed countless world-class products for the Web, console, handheld, TV and mobile markets. Frima’s clients include world-renowned names such as Build-A-Bear Workshop, Warner Brothers and Nickelodeon. With over 250 artists and programmers to develop our products, Frima strives to produce high-caliber games that are as outstanding artistically as they are technically. www.frimastudio.com
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Annie Bégin, Communications coordinator, Frima Studio