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Tales of Elastic Boy - Mission 1

Stretchy-armed platformer arrives on WiiWare.

Champs-sur-Marne, 27 August 2010

(for immediate release)

Tales of Elastic Boy offers you a totally innovating and unique way of playing that takes full advantage of the Wii Remote TM .

To fulfill your quest and save your planet, you’ll have to travel trough many lands, defeat various enemies, meet unexpected friends and solve tricky puzzles. Play either on single mode or with your friends and discover funny games!

Use your stretching arms to swing and punch, roll as fast as you can or jump onto your enemies. Based on a very powerful physics engine, Elastic Boy offers you a truly original and addictive gaming experience that you’ll find easy to learn but not so easy to master. Whether you’re a classic platformer game addict or whether you’re attracted by innovating concepts, Elastic Boy is for you. Play in single mode or challenge your friends in 5 different amazing modes

Available on WiiWare in French, English, Spanish, Italian, German and Dutch for Europe, and French, English and Spanish for Americas for 600 Wii Points TM only.

More information on www.elasticboy.com. A digital press kit is available on demand.

Contact

elasticboy@elasticboy.com (english or french)

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 TM and Wii TM , PS3, Xbox 360, iPhone, not forgetting online PC games - and for all ages.

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Nintendo brands are used under license. WiiWare is available only on the Wii console.

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