Courtesy of Nikitova Games.
Nikitova Games announces two of its own new IP titles in production
Chicago, USA, November 26th, 2007 – Tatiana Makarova, “Nikitova Games" VP of Sales announces two of it's own new IP titles are currently in production and planned for release in 2008.
“We are happy to share the details of our own new IP titles with the gaming society. In accordance with our strategic plan for 2008, these two games will be designed for both the Nintendo Wii and DS consoles.
The first game, CCTV, is a game where the player assumes the role of a surveillance officer using Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) and police cars to catch petty criminals and most-wanted criminals alike. The player's aim is to clean up the streets of his city by finding his suspects and nailing them in this fast-paced, humorous game of observation, identification & interrogation. The game is designed to be played as either a single player, as two players co-operatively or as 2 players competing against one another.
The second game, Mind Games, is a selection of 21 mini-games based on the Cambridge Neuropsychological Test Automated Battery (CANTAB) of "computeribrainized" tests developed in Cambridge University by a celebrity female neuropsychology professor and her team and used in science and medicine in 500 institutes and hospitals in 50 countries worldwide, to analyze the performance and activity of various areas of the brain. Mind Games is being developed for both the Nintendo Wii and DS consoles, allowing one or two players of any age to have fun while they are learning, said Tatiana Makarova.
“CCTV and Mind Games, as well as other Nikitova Games' title details, can now be found at a brand new web site, www.NikitovaGames.com"; Alex Godun, Nikitova Games’ Head of Marketing added.