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Star Trek: The Next Generation "Stranded"

Denki Boldly Goes Where No Developer Has Gone Before

AWARD-WINNING GAME DEVELOPER Denki once again delivers the goods with a leading brand.

Lieutenant LaForge and Commander Data have crash-landed on a Class M planet. All contact has been lost and atmospheric interference means the Enterprise has no clue as to the fate of the crew. The crew is missing presuming dead.


On the planet surface, the shuttlecraft is badly damaged and all its critical systems shut down. Lieutenant LaForge was seriously hurt, Ensign Ralfe critically injured and Data damaged but, fortunately, still functioning.

Armed only with a Phaser, a Tricorder and an impaired positronic brain and android body, Data has to help his companions survive a hostile world while trying to find a way to return to the Enterprise...

Commenting today, Denki's Managing Director, Colin Anderson said: "Denki has created a new Star Trek experience, giving the player the chance to play the role of Data, one of the favourite characters from Star Trek, in an exciting set-top-box episode of Star Trek - with more episodes on the way."

Sky Gamestar's Games Development Manager, Andy Nuttall, added: "The Next Generation is a series enjoyed by Trekkies and casual viewers alike, and so our challenge was to make a game that appeals to all. Denki has done us proud. Star Trek: Stranded is a great adventure for everyone on the Sky Digibox."

Star Trek: The Next Generation "STRANDED" is live exclusively on Sky Gamestar as of Thursday the 8th of September 2005. Just press the INTERACTIVE button on your Sky Remote Control...


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About Denki

Founded in 2000 by veterans of the console games industry, Denki is a digital toys and games company. Denki believes anything can be made fun to play with in digital form - no matter how constrained the technology. Denki toys are attractive, easy to pick up and fun to play with. The company is the creator of the multiple award-winning Denki Blocks!, winner of 'Overall Best Game of the Show' and 'Best Handheld Game of the Show' at ECTS 2001 and a BAFTA Award nominee in 2002.

Denki is a pioneer of gaming on interactive Digital Television (iDTV). In the past several years, the company has created a wide range of titles for Sky Television's Gamestar service, including many based on famous entertainment brands and licences.

Denki's branded iDTV catalogue includes: David Beckham, Super Breakout, Bust-A-Move, Pac-Man, HULK, Courage The Cowardly Dog, Sky Sports Darts, Looney Tunes, Tom and Jerry, Codename: Kids Next Door, Scooby-Doo, Thunderbirds, Tetris, Shrek, Boggle, Dexter's Laboratory and Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends.

Denki has also created a range of original titles including Denki Blocks!, Caterpillar Crunch, Bips!, Word Crunch, Duopolis, Letter Box, Genie's Cave and Jumble Fever.

The company is continuing to explore the possibilities presented by new 'non-dedicated' platforms such as iDTV and mobile phones, as they present a real possibility of penetrating the mass-market like no other games technology before.

In 2005 Denki is exploring opportunities to take their unique experience and expertise out to a rapidly growing global market. The company is creating a dedicated new initiative to allow it to translate it's market leading position within the advanced UK market into a similar position in the global iDTV industry.

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