Eidos Interactive, one of the world's leading publishers and developers of entertainment software, today confirms a new title from Morpheme Game Studios called PRISM: Light the Way, which will be available for mobile handsets and PC download from 8th November 2006.
Featuring a number of different modes from beat the clock to battle modes, PRISM: Light the Way is a light-based puzzle game designed to challenge every level of gaming fan.
Living in their black hole of Oog, the Glowbos are a peaceful race who survive on light fed through an assortment of galactic matter, but Oog is under attack and the light is being consumed by the Big Bad Bhobail and the Glowbos face possible extinction. With the help of the Bulboids the player must manipulate light in order to save a precious race.
"It's one of those compulsive games that you can't put down," said Simon Protheroe, New Media & IT Director for Eidos. "it's that mix of fun and frustration which makes it so appealing and once it's on your mobile phone, you'll want to take more journeys."
Matt Spall, CEO of Morpheme Game Studios added "As our first move into the world of combined PC and Mobile development we're all extremely proud of how PRISM: Light the Way looks and plays - we're very pleased to be working with Eidos on the game, their integrated approach to platform strategy is both refreshing and very forward looking"
For further information go to: www.eidosmobile.com/prism
About Eidos Interactive Ltd
Eidos Interactive Ltd is part of SCi Entertainment Group Plc (SEG) one of the world's leading publishers and developers of entertainment software. Eidos consists of publishing operations across Europe and the US and several development studios including Crystal Dynamics, IO Interactive, Beautiful Game Studios, Eidos Studios Hungary, Eidos Sweden and Pivotal Games. The Group has a valuable combined portfolio of intellectual property including: Tomb Raider, Hitman, Deus Ex, Championship Manager, Carmageddon, the Conflict series and Just Cause.
Some of the titles currently in development include: Kane & Lynch: Dead Men, Crossfire, Battlestations: Midway, Chili Con Carnage and Highlander.
About Morpheme Game Studios
Formed in 1999 and based in London, England, Morpheme is one of the worlds leading developers of cell-phone based entertainment products. Releases include the BAFTA winning Bluetooth BiPlanes, Phantom Mansion Origins and Balloon Headed Boy with his 32 levels of rubberised madness. In its guise as developer, Morpheme has developed The Fast and The Furious for I-Play, Hitman Mobile for Eidos and The London Tube map for Transport for London. Morpheme launches its move into the casual and passive games market with PRISM: Light the Way published on PC and Mobile by Eidos Interactive Ltd.