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First trailer released for Curve Studios' SNES-influenced physics platformer.

LONDON, ENGLAND – Get ready to have your socks blown off, because the first trailer for Explodemon has just been released!

An explosive homage to SNES-era platformers mixed with a modern physics-puzzle twist, Explodemon is non-stop action mayhem like you’ve never seen before. But don’t take our word for it: check out the brand new trailer to see the first footage of the game in action.

Featuring athletic feats of aerial nimbleness, sizzling combo-laden combat, and a dash of physics puzzles, the trailer will give you a small-but-perfectly-formed taster of what will definitely be this winter’s most explosive PSN release.


Should you wish to embed the trailer on your website, we’d really appreciate it if you could use the version we’ve uploaded to YouTube. The URL is as follows:


The video can also be downloaded from GamesPress, or directly from Curve’s FTP – contact us for more information.

Explodemon is currently available for preview - contact us at the below address for more information. Print-quality screenshots and concept art are also available.

Also, make sure to follow us on Twitter @curvestudios for all the latest up-to-date info, plus exclusive screenshots and concept art.


Curve Studios is an independent game developer based in London’s super-swish Islington. The company has worked with partners as diverse as Sony, Codemasters, Sumo Digital and a Secret Publisher™ on platforms including Wii, Xbox 360, PSP and PS3. Curve’s first self-published title, Explodemon!, will be released Autumn 2010. For more information, visit http://www.curve-studios.com.


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