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Giana Sisters DS Homepage Online: Feels like time travelling

March 10, 2009

Giana Sisters DS homepage online: Feels like time travelling

Visit the great Giana Sisters online: From now on, the lively jump’n’run gaming heroines can be met online at www.giana-sisters.com

Net visitors will find a lot of useful information on the upcoming revival of the cult jump’n’run game of the 1980’s: See what’s coming up when Hamburg/Germany-based publisher releases Giana Sisters DS for Nintendo DS® in June 2009 (release date for Germany, Austria, Switzerland: April 03rd, 2009).

The new homepage offers rich information on the game as well as handy downloads: Find cool desktop wallpapers on giana-sisters.com and check back often – the download site will be updated regularly. Cool retro-style mobile phone ringtones will be available soon, for instance.

With The Great Giana Sisters Armin Gessert and his team created a Jump’n’Run that had everything home computer gamers back then only could experience on video game consoles: A fantastic game world on many different levels, that challenged the players’ hand eye coordination skills to their maximum to jump over deep canyons, collect bonuses and succeed when fighting enemies just by jumping on their back.

Now, The Great Giana Sisters are finally back! Publisher dtp entertainment and developer Spellbound Entertainment in co-operation with Bitfield are going to release their new adventure on Nintendo DS in June 2009.

In more than 80 levels, players experience all the great features of the original home computer version, as well as new features, that are kept exclusive for Nintendo DS. Players will have the Nintendo DS microphone as well as the touchpad, for instance.

The Great Giana Sisters’ graphics on Nintendo DS both is a redesign as well as reminiscent of the classic game.

dtp entertainment is going to release The Great Giana Sisters DS for Nintendo DS in June 2009.

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