Champs-sur-Marne, 9 April 2010
Following the success of “Learning with the PooYoos – Episode 1” on WiiWare, LEXIS NUMERIQUE is pleased to announce the release of “Learning with the PooYoos – Episode 2”, the fun and fanciful game for children 3-6 years old on Wii. Available all over Europe, in 6 languages (English, french, german, dutch, Italian and Spanish), but also in the USA and soon in Japan, these adorable little baby animals will lead young players through their fun and fanciful educative adventures.
LEXIS NUMERIQUE realised that young children are often forgotten by video game creators, and so worked on an interactive gameplay designed specially for 3-6 year olds, with specially adapted handling and vocal instructions making an ability to read unnecessary. All the world over, enthusiastic parents have provided feedback from their contented children on video-share websites.
Learning with the PooYoos – Episode 1 and 2 are video games for Wii™ available in Europe and the USA on the Wii Shop Channel. In episode 1, the PooYoos discover air and water, in episode 2 they discover music and plants. These two episodes will be followed by other episodes staging new games and characters.
More information on www.pooyoos.com. A digital press kit is available on demand.
Thierry Hilaire – +33 1 64 68 58 30
About LEXIS NUMERIQUE
With more than nine million games sold around the world working alongside prestigious partners Ubisoft, Electronic Arts, Disney, etc, Lexis Numérique is one of the main independent game creation studios in Europe. It has hit the top of the children’s bestseller list several times – Uncle Albert, Pippa Funnel, and Fashion Designer – which sold more than 5 million games around the world.
Lexis Numérique has also developed games for gamers of all ages: In Memoriam, The Experiment, Metropolis Crimes, and more.
Lexis Numérique creates games for all digital platforms - Nintendo DS and Wii, PS3, Xbox 360, iPhone, not forgetting online PC games - and for all ages.
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