Matchstick Puzzle By DS Set To Spark Up The Casual Gamers Market
September 13, 2007
Matchstick Puzzle by DS set to spark up the casual gamers market
Mercury Games and Ertain announce new Zen title
Mercury Games announces today a new game for the Nintendo DS as part of the Zen series, entitled “Matchstick Puzzle by DS”. The game is a classic puzzle game which requires lateral thinking and includes lots of brain teasing conundrums.
The aim of the game is to answer the questions by moving or rotating matchsticks; for example the player may be presented with two match sticks and then asked to make 14 boxes by adding six other match sticks.
Matchstick Puzzle by DS has more than 150 puzzles of four difficulty settings to complete. The game also has hints to help the player decipher the more abstract clues. In addition, the game has a time attack mode in which the player must complete 10 random puzzles in the fastest time possible but without any hints to help them.
Thanks to the straightforward, uncomplicated nature of the game and the simplicity of the Nintendo DS, the game can be played by people of all ages regardless of whether they have played computer games before.
Matchstick Puzzle by DS is part of the Zen series of games which have been developed with the busy, contemporary urbanite in mind. Matchstick Puzzle by DS, in line with the rest of the Zen series, does not contain any violent or competitive elements. Zen games are co–published by Mercury Games and Ertain.
Tomo Ohno, Chief Operating Officer of Ertain BV said: “Matchstick Puzzle by DS” is a fun, taxing and yet relaxing game. The game will appeal to all people, who like puzzles and a challenge.”
The game will be released at the end of October and will be priced at 19.99/ ç24.99.
For more information on Mercury Games visit, www.mercurygames.com