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Garden Gnome Carnage

Pointy-hatted, bearded Flash game arrives on Xbox Indie games.

Nov 22 nd, 2010 - Ludosity Interactive announced today that its hit game 'Garden Gnome Carnage' has been played over 2 million times on flash portals worldwide. Ludosity also declares that the game is now also available on Xbox Live Indie Games.

Garden Gnome Carnage, originally an award-winning free game by indie darling Daniel Remar, has now been brought to flash and Xbox360 by Ludosity Interactive. The game is set for even more platforms in the future.

"It's wonderful to see so many people enjoying the game," says Joel Nyström, producer. "But it's best not to try and describe the game too much before they play. When I do people often give me blank stares, so I just put the controller in their hands". Defying in-depth descriptions of the game, the tagline is simply "Don't ask why. Ask why not." As one esteemed Kongregate user puts it: "At first I was wtf. But then I was wtf."

2 million players can't be wrong. Play now and check it out on the Xbox Marketplace by visiting: www.ludosity.com

About Ludosity Interactive

Ludosity Interactive is an independent game development studio founded in 2008, based in Skövde, Sweden. Previous releases include Bob Came in Pieces, Loot Steal 'n Destroy and Mama & Son: Clean House. For more information, please visit

www.ludosity.com

About Daniel Remar

Darling indie developer Daniel Remar has previously put out such pivotal games as Iji and Hero Core. Both of which, and more, are distributed free on his web page. Joined Ludosity Interactive in 2010 to work full time in bringing his successful IP's to bigger platforms, and is currently working on a new game for consoles and PC. For more information, please visit

www.remar.se/daniel 

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