PDP Squeeballs game characters to invade E3 in LA, invade homes in October
June 2, 2009
"Squeeballs" is First Motion-Control Game to Be Available Across Several Platforms
Game characters to invade E3 in LA, invade homes in October
Squeeballs™, a fun family friendly motion-control game, will be the world's first cross-platform motion game when it launches in October. The game will be available for the Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS and as an iPhone application.
For the Xbox 360, the game will be bundled with Gametrak Freedom™, the first motion-control system for the Xbox 360. Performance Designed Products LLC (PDP), a top gaming accessory provider, is the developer of the game and technology.
"'Squeeballs' is unlike any other motion control game out on the market," said John Moore, senior vice president of marketing for the California-based PDP. "The graphics and visual elements are much more realistic and with so many unique challenges to choose from, the game will keep families entertained for hours." Giant-sized Squeeballs characters will come to life this week during the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). Bully and El Toro, two characters from the game, will be out on the streets of downtown Los Angeles talking about the game, chasing each other, and passing out toys that resemble themselves. "I do not eat other Squeeballs," El Toro said defiantly. "Don't believe anything you see in the game."
The game will be available nationwide on Oct. 15, and is currently available for pre-order through certain retailers. For the Xbox 360, the "Squeeballs" and Gametrak Freedom bundle has a suggested retail price of $69.99. The game has a suggested retail price of $39.99 for the Wii and $29.99 for the Nintendo DS