Chillingo And DotEmu Launch Classic Platformer on the iPhone - Nicky Boom

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Chillingo And DotEmu Launch Classic Platformer on the iPhone - Nicky Boom.

Chillingo Ltd, Europe's premier iPhone publisher has teamed up with French based DotEmu - the leading technology provider for emulation-based projects to deliver the world's first pure classic retro platformer for the iPhone and iPod Touch - Nicky Boom.

"Nicky Boom, originally published on Amiga, PC and Atari ST marries the cool features of the iPhone device with the pure authentic retro gameplay of classic platformer games. The DotEmu development team has created such a great retro platformer game for the iPhone." said Chillingo Director, Chris Byatte.

Rediscover the feeling of a full platform game from the 90's in your pocket. Nicky Boom is an enchanting game mixing platform and puzzle for hours of fun. Nominated as 2nd best platform game for Smartphone in 2008 by Pocket PC Magazine, Nicky Boom is now available for iPhone with a gameplay completely redone to get the best user experience. Get over the traps, discover hidden passages, overcome monsters, while exploding everything you see! Use teleporters, find springs or shields to level up your skills, and don't forget to pick up some life potions.

"The iPhone is a great platform for games. Nicky Boom will be the first of many retro games that we will bring back to live on this gaming platform of the 21st century." said Xavier Liard, co-founder and CEO of DotEmu.

Nicky Boom is priced at an introductory price of USD0.99 and is available now through Apple's App store.

For more information about Chillingo please visit http://www.chillingo.com/iphone. For more information about DotEmu, please visit http://www.dotemu.com

About Chillingo
Chillingo Ltd is a privately owned company in United Kingdom. Chillingo is the premier iPhone publisher in Europe for innovative games and software for the iPhone.

About DotEmu
DotEmu is a leading technology provider for emulation based projects giving new life to old video games on today's devices: Internet, Smartphones and PC.

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