FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Paris - May 25, 2007 - Vivendi Games Mobile, a division of Vivendi Games, today announced the return of Sierra Entertainment's classic Leisure Suit Larry® series of adventure games for mobile gamers worldwide. The first title launched in the mobile game series will be Leisure Suit Larry: Love for Sail, which will be available to mobile subscribers in Europe beginning in June and will make its debut in North America in September.
Leisure Suit Larry is based on the dating trials and tribulations of Larry Laffer, a 38-year-old geek with playboy-like pretensions. In Love for Sail, Larry finds himself aboard a cruise ship, a casino, a beach and many other environment for the trip of a lifetime and the theme provides the perfect summer fun for mobile subscribers on the go. Cartoon-style graphics are exaggerated and spectacularly vivid, making the title's transition from PC to mobile impressive and intuitive. By combining Larry's adventure with mini-games and puzzles the game provides both an engaging storyline and challenging gameplay.
"Larry fans worldwide have a strong allegiance to the classic Leisure Suit Larry adventure game format, and we are delighted to be doing just that with the mobile version," said Paul Maglione, president of Vivendi Games Mobile. "We have kept the iconic Larry humor and attitude intact while adapting the graphics, language and controls for a mass-market, global audience. We're excited to bring back the franchise as a regular feature of Vivendi Games Mobile's annual title line-up."
About Vivendi Games Mobile
Vivendi Games Mobile ( www.vgmobile.com), a division of Vivendi Games, creates and publishes quality titles for the mobile games market. The division runs a global business, with its headquarters, operations and an internal development team in Paris, a US-based team in Los Angeles and its Centerscore studio in San Mateo, California. The company publishes games based on original IP, popular entertainment licenses and classic Sierra Entertainment IP, which are distributed by more than 90 operators and dozens of Web portals in 60 countries around the world.