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Runaway: The Dream of the Turtle

Hello Boys...

Runaway 2: The Dream of the Turtle gives the impression of experiencing an incredible adventure via a classic cartoon movie. A highly, polished, detailed world, retaining cartoon adventure graphics, features characters with real time depth and lighting effects in up to 100 locations from all four corners of the world. Other features include an excellent soundtrack, a good dose of humour and amazing cartoon sequences.

Introducing Some of the Boys ...

An Australian surfer, a mad professor, a corrupt colonel, an actor, a Bohemian scientist and a Jamaican...

KNIFE

Daring, crackbrained, impassioned, unreliable. Hyperactive. Loves all kind of "deportes de riesgo". In love with Lokelani.

JOSHUA

Gawky, unaware, fabulous, with problems understanding the real world. Freakishly intelligent. Child-like. Always hungry.

KORDSMEIER

Lunatic, haughty, obsessed. Loves his soldiers, hates all civilians. Unspoken struggle for power with Tarantula.

DEAN

Overbearing, arrogant, fake, chauvinistic. Sees Brian as a freshman.

SATURNO

Hyperactive. Mad about science, art and modernity. Mix between a mad scientist and a bohemian Artist. RUTGER

Hypoactive. Hooked on botanics (especially a particular kind of funny plant).

Relaxed, half-asleep, agreeable.

"93 Games" is a subsidiary label of FHI France, and in just a few years has become one of the leading publishers and distributors of PC games in France. FHI is critically acclaimed and recognized for its savoir-faire and the numerous successes the company has achieved since its creation.

Focus Home Interactive is a French publishing and distribution company based near Paris, France. Founded in 1996, Focus earned an early success by publishing the music software range eJay. With over 400,000 copies sold in France thanks to strong promotion and a solid marketing campaign, Focus has made eJay one of the most popular brands for contemporary youth.

The last 5 years have been very successful for Focus and many of its PC licences such as Cossacks and Sudden Strike have been sold in thousands of units throughout France. Focus have also discovered and released many original titles that have become true references such as the adventure game Runaway, the notorious Cycling Manager and the famous TrackMania.

Known for the diversity, the quality and the originality of its catalogue, Focus now publishes and distributes most of its titles in numerous European territories and also Worldwide through a performing distributors' network or even digitally for some specific products. In French-speaking territories, Focus Home Interactive also distributes exclusively some famous editors' catalogues.

The coming months will be exciting and full of surprises with the release of quality games such as TrackMania United, Runaway 2, and Sherlock Holmes.

About Ascaron Entertainment

Ascaron Entertainment is one of the pioneers in the development of computer games. It is also one of the leading developers of computer games in Germany and has been prominent in the sales charts for more than a decade with titles such as Patrician, ANSTOSS, Port Royale, DarkStar One and SACRED.

Ascaron is headquartered in Gütersloh, Germany, and maintains a development studio in Aachen (Germany) and Berlin, as well as an international department in Birmingham (UK). The UK office provides a bespoke publishing, sales and marketing function to selected European affiliate label partners. Currently, Ascaron markets its products in more than 30 countries and over 15 languages.

For further information about Ascaron Entertainment visit: http://www.ascaron.com

For UK press enquiries please contact Ruth Fraser or Bec Sands:

ruth@chaloner-associates.co.uk, bec@chaloner-associates.co.uk

Tel: +44 (0) 1954 270599

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