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Evasive Space

First screenshots fail to evade our clutches.

CHICAGO - Nov. 19, 2008

YUKE’S Company of America today revealed the first set of in-game screenshots and level details for Evasive Space, a new action space adventure for WiiWare™ under development by High Voltage Software. Set to launch this coming January, Evasive Space will blast you off on a space adventure in which you will be piloting Konki from a top-down view through various mazes and environments; creatively using the Wii Remote™’s infrared pointer for control. The new screens offer a look at Acts 1 and 2, out of a total of four Acts, each one featuring a central theme and five scenes of varying objectives.

Act 1: Crystal World

-Scene 1: The Gobo Caverns – Timed run through a cave maze

-Scene 2: The Terradyne Asteroid – Open space play; collect “spacemen” while avoiding the asteroids

-Scene 3: The Pirate Nagumo’s Space Cruiser – Timed run through a ship maze

-Scene 4: The Galdonia Nebula – Open space play with rotating level; collect energy cells while avoiding gas clouds from the sun

-Scene 5: The Gobo Caverns 2 – Timed run through new areas of the caverns with additional upgrades to collect

Act 2: Fire World

-Scene 1: The Rings of Minot IV – Open space play with rotating level; collect energy cells while avoiding asteroids

-Scene 2: The Lava Fields of Ikaku – Timed run through a cave maze

-Scene 3: The Mugavi Belt – Open space play; avoid asteroids while collecting “spacers” and returning them to their ships

-Scene 4: The Lava Fields of Ikaku Part 2 – Timed run through new areas of the caverns while avoiding shooting steam hazards

-Scene 5: Velkor’s Pyroclasitc Ship of Doom – Maze run; collect energy cells and find the exit portal

Stay tuned for screenshots revealing Acts 3 and 4, as well as additional details about the various environments!

Evasive Space has been rated “E” for Everyone with Mild Fantasy Violence by the ESRB and will be downloadable for 1,000 Wii™ Points.

About Evasive Space

Creatively integrating the Wii Remote’s infrared pointer, you’ll be guiding Konki on timed and collection based missions through 20 stages of varying mazes and obstacles in five different environments, spanning treacherous terrains including asteroid belts, planetary rings, astro-caves, and large space stations. Hazards surround your every move - enemy fire, asteroids, black holes, tight corridors - while ship upgrades tempt you at every turn. Fly solo to find and restore the missing stars to the sky, or compete with up to three of your friends in local multiplayer matches that will determine which pilot has the quickest and skilled navigation abilities…

About YUKE'S Company of America

A wholly-owned subsidiary of YUKE'S Company Limited, YUKE'S Company of America is a leading video game publisher headquartered in Roselle, Illinois. The company is a fully licensed publisher and developer for Sony Computer Entertainment of America, Nintendo of America Inc., and Microsoft, with past releases including Neverland Card Battles for the Sony PlayStation® Portable, Double D Dodgeball on Xbox LIVE® Arcade for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, NEVES for the Nintendo DS™, and D1 GRAND PRIX for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system. For more information on YUKE'S Company of America, please visit:

About High Voltage Software

High Voltage Software, Inc. is an award-winning studio that has been developing games and simulations for over 15 years. Located in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, they now employ over 140 staff members. The independent company has successfully produced a wide variety of license-based video game titles that include competitive racing, professional sports, horror, motion picture adaptations, and military simulations, and is now making its foray into original and innovative intellectual properties. More information about High Voltage Software and their products can be found at

Quinn Wageman, Account Executive, TriplePoint


Nate Fitt, Marketing Manager, YUKE'S Company of America


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