Montreal, Quebec, Canada - November 8, 2007 - On Jupiter's moon of Ganymede, an alien onslaught is underway against the surviving humans. Meridian4 and Frozenbyte are thrilled to announce that gamers will soon be able to blast through the aliens themselves, as Shadowgrounds Survivor has gone gold and has been released to manufacturing. The horror-themed shoot-em-up will begin appearing online in mid-November and in retail stores on December 1 for $19.99.
The acclaimed atmosphere and gameplay mechanics of the original Shadowgrounds make a triumphant return, armed with a totally new feature set, including an RPG-style character-development system, three playable characters and the frantic Survival mode that focuses on all-out alien-slaughtering action. Use the Sentry Turret and the devastating Mech to fight your way through hordes of aliens across a wide range of environments. All-new graphical effects and AGEIA PhysX bring the destruction and carnage in full force.
Visit the official Shadowgrounds Survivor website at www.shadowgroundssurvivor.com.
For more information about Meridian4 and its products, visit http://www.meridian4.com.
For more information about Frozenbyte, visit http://www.frozenbyte.com.
Meridian4 is an interactive software publisher located in Montreal, Canada. A new publishing company, with new ideas and a different approach to forming partnerships with developers, Meridian 4 aims to actually form a partnership - a true relationship characterized by mutual cooperation and responsibility to achieve the best possible performance for developers' products. For more information, visit http://www.meridian4.com.
Frozenbyte is an independent game developer based in Helsinki, Finland. Founded in 2001, the company is out to show the world that dedication, hard work and innovation can deliver inspiring and fresh games. Highly-acclaimed PC action title Shadowgrounds was Frozenbyte's debut game and the story continues in 2007 with Shadowgrounds Survivor. In 2008 the company will break new ground with a brand new unannounced project. For more information, visit http://www.frozenbyte.com.