G3 Studios has announced an exclusive partnership with one of Germany's leading mobile content providers, FDG Mobile, which will see the global distribution of puzzle game Bobby Carrot 3 on BREW handsets.
G3 will also publish and distribute the title throughout North and South America for J2ME enabled phones (including lower-end, small screen handsets).
The third title in the Bobby Carrot series takes a new turn with the inclusion of diving gear, enabling the bunny hero of the game to uncover underwater worlds with an entirely new selection of puzzles and fiendish enemies. Over 95 levels, exclusive music tracks, and complex animations all feature in the game, which will be available for multiple handsets in early 2006.
Guido Henkel, CEO of G3 Studios commented: "Bobby Carrot is a game franchise that perfectly matches our own. It is suited for players of all ages, inviting the entire family to enjoy the adventures and challenges of this cuddly hero. We are thrilled to have the opportunity to introduce this incredibly successful character to American audiences as part of our catalogue."
Thomas Kern, executive producer of FDG Mobile games, added: "We are very delighted to publish our famous game "Bobby Carrot" through the highly acclaimed G3 Studios. This way we can be sure to bring our exciting puzzle adventure in the best possible quality to the BREW world and North and South American java cell phones."
G3 Studios, formed in 2001, specialise in the development and distribution of complex 3D games for a range of mobile devices, including Brew, J2ME and Symbian phones, Pocket PC, Smartphones, and Nintendo's Game Boy Advance. In addition to original development, the company is a global distributor of licensed content, utilising both traditional retail channels and digital distribution via the company's own website and selected online portals.
FDG Mobile develops and publishes a wide portfolio of original Java mobile games, establishing a large percentage of the German market and further expanding its global distribution network through partnerships with companies such as G3 Studios.