Announce: Wonderland Adventures Mysteries of Fire Island Released!

Discussion in 'Announcements' started by Midnight Synergy, Jan 15, 2009.

  1. Midnight Synergy

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    Hi everybody,

    I'm very happy to announce the latest game in the Wonderland saga. We did a "soft" release of this game in December (i.e. released primarily to our existing customers) and are now doing the official launch.

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    For a quick YouTube trailer, visit:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gRIg09qzDgk

    Website/Magazine Owners: Review copies are available upon request. If you can cover the game on your site or magazine (and please do! :)), you may find the following online presskit of use (includes images, text, video, and more): http://www.midnightsynergy.com/adventures2/presskit

    Affiliates: The game will be ready for affiliation (40%, using BMT Micro only) in about a week or ten days. Please e-mail me (midnight@midnightsynergy.com) if you are a developer and wish to showcase the game to your own users.

    Distributors: Since the game is about to be launched on a major portal for an exclusive period, I cannot offer the game to other distributors at this time - however, if you are interested in the game's distribution after the exclusivity period, please send me an e-mail.

    And hey, look, it's a press release! :D

     
  2. dannthr

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    Excellent, the game is looking and playing great!

    I look forward to many more Midnight Synergy releases :)

    Keep us posted on the big portal release!
     
  3. Ryan Clark

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    Congrats, Patrick! Glad to see Wonderland still growing after all these years.
     
  4. 320x240

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    The game looks really fun. Labyrinths never gets old and I like how objects and characters share the same size - it's like a 3d version of the old 8-bit way of doing things, i.e the typical 16x16 characters used back then and which modern retro-games like Cave Story, La Mulana and Spelunky have made popular again.
     

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