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Minon: Everyday Hero

Wii platformer arriving from Japan next month.

Nordcurrent, the exciting young European publisher who scored a recent success with 101-in-1 Explosive Megamix, today announces that Minon: Everyday Hero will be released on the Nintendo Wii on the 24th April, 2009.

“Even though we’re a young company, Nordcurrent are continually striving to bring titles to market that are unique, fun and expressive” said Alexander Bravve, MD of Nordcurrent. “Minon: Everyday Hero contains the same imaginative features and quirky nuances that give other Japanese titles their unique gameplay characteristics, and really takes the player to a world unlike any other. Nordcurrent, as a publisher, is focused on bringing something different to the publishing party and Minon: Everyday Hero fits this remit perfectly.”

An original and imaginative platform game, Minon: Everyday Hero will be released for the Nintendo™ Wii™ on the 24th April 2009, with a retail price of £29.99. It is being supported by a strong PR and marketing campaign, with advertising appearing in key specialist outlets such as Official Nintendo Magazine and Edge.

For more information, including review samples and other images, please contact:

Keef Sloan, Peppermint P

@: keef.sloan@peppermintp.com

t: +44 (0) 207 240 2645

m: +44 (0) 7973 614302

Notes for editors:

Nordcurrent is a Lithuanian based publisher that was founded in 2007. Its intention is to publish quality internally developed titles, and titles from third parties, across the PAL territories. Nordcurrent has built up an extensive distribution network across Europe, Russia, Australia, and South-East Asia and has a strong portfolio of quality titles. For more information, please visit www.nordcurrent.com.

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