ZOO And Mobile Scope brings Zool to mobile platforms
Meerbusch, Germany - October 12, 2004 - Mobile Scope, a leading European publisher and developer of interactive entertainment software for mobile devices and ZOO Digital Group plc ("ZOO"), the DVD technology and games publishing company, announced today they have signed an agreement for Mobile Scope to develop, publish and distribute the official mobile game of the all-time classic video-game blockbuster Zool.
Zool the mobile game is scheduled to release in spring 2005 and will be available for download on all popular mobile entertainment portals worldwide.
"We are excited by the potential of Zool and the opportunity to bring this classic video-game to mobile platforms," said Juergen Goeldner, CEO of Mobile Scope AG. Zool still has strong consumer recognition and represents a high standard of quality in gameplay and game design. The game fits well with our strategy of developing unique and compelling mobile gaming experiences."
"As this is our first foray into the the wireless gaming market, it was important for us to choose a partner that we could trust to maximise the potential of our property and hopefully forge a long term alliance with," said Ian Stewart, CEO of ZOO Digital Group plc. Mobile Scope met all of our criteria and we look forward to working with them."
About Mobile Scope:
Mobile Scope AG develops and publishes interactive entertainment software for a variety of wireless devices and network operators. Headquartered in Meerbusch, Germany, Mobile Scope's U.S. office is in Culver City, California. Mobile Scope products are available through more than 150 carriers and mobile entertainment portals worldwide, reaching over 400 million customers. For more information visit the Mobile Scope site at www.mobilescope.com
About ZOO Digital Group plc:
As a multi-award winning and expanding technology and games publishing company, ZOO continues to deliver brand extensions and entertainment across the DVD and gaming platforms. The company strives to exceed expectations in all it produces. For more information, please visit the Zoo Digital Publishing website at http://www.zoodigitalpublishing.com.