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Scrap Metal

XBLA racer from N+ creators Slick Entertainment, on display at CES.

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia – Jan. 7, 2010 – Independent development studio Slick Entertainment, best known for its work on the award-winning N+ for Xbox LIVE® Arcade, announced today that it would put the pedal to the metal at this year’s International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) with its newest gaming creation, Scrap Metal™. A certified Scrap Metal™ demoist at Microsoft’s CES 2010 location (Booth #7144, Central Hall) will offer tech journalists and gaming enthusiasts alike the opportunity to check out the new racing title expected to launch on Xbox LIVE. Arcade this spring. Registered press and other attendees are invited to stop by the booth at any time, although guaranteed media appointments can be scheduled by emailing < span style="font-size: 10pt;">

Drift around corners with guns blazing and take out legendary competitors in the fast-paced, top-down racer, Scrap Metal™! Fight your way through explosive, action-packed missions and defeat cunning bosses to add their vehicles to your garage. Customize newly-acquired cars and return to the track to blast through more enemies. Then, jump online with Xbox LIVE® to race against friends and crush their cars with the wheels of a massive monster truck in pulse-pounding online multiplayer matches.

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About Slick Entertainment: Slick Entertainment is a small, independent game studio based in Vancouver, Canada that focuses on fun and unique arcade-style game experiences. Established in 2007 by industry veterans Nick Waanders and Kees Rijnen, Slick’s first game was the award-winning Xbox LIVE® Arcade platformer, N+. Developed in collaboration with Metanet Software, N+ has sold over 300,000 units to date on the platform. The company’s current project is Scrap Metal™, scheduled to come to Xbox LIVE® Arcade in spring 2010. Visit for more information.


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