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Set on a frosty adventure with Arctic Escape on Nintendo DSiWare

Set on a frosty adventure with Arctic Escape on Nintendo DSiWare

by Steve CullumFebruary 16, 2011

Set on a frosty adventure with Arctic Escape on Nintendo DSiWare

Kraków, February 16th 2011

Teyon, a Polish video games developer and publisher, revealed today their latest puzzle game coming to the North American Nintendo DSiWare™ service. Start an exciting journey with zany penguins that will twist your mind on February 21st when Arctic Escape arrives in the service. The title will be available for just 500 Nintendo DSi Points™.

Take control of a bunch of penguins getting into all sorts of troubles all the time! They were abducted from Antarctica by a cunning scientist and now they need your help to come back home. Lead them safely through over 100 frosty levels by placing commands such as walking, jumping or waiting. Without you they have no chance of survival so guide them to avoid broken ice areas, falling cages, wolves and other dangerous obstacles. This special top-down view puzzle is easy to pick up but impossible to put down!

At Teyon’s official YouTube Channel you can find the trailer presenting modes, rules and a bit of game-play. The video is available here:

Also, check out the game’s site at

About Teyon
Teyon is a developer, producer and publisher of video games for all leading platforms. The company was founded in 2006 in Krakow, Poland, and since then it has developed over 60 titles. Teyon debuted on Nintendo Download services in 2009 with the well received Nintendo DSiWare puzzle games Robot Rescue and Ball Fighter, followed by Hubert the Teddy Bear: Winter Games, a WiiWare™ service family game and Heavy Fire: Special Operations, a WiiWare on-rails shooter.

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Steve is a Senior Editor for NintendoFuse. He has been a Nintendo fan since the NES and Game Boy. His favorite types of games are action platformers, multiplayer “party” games, and any game that is pure fun and pulls him in for hours. Steve has been blogging for NintendoFuse since 2008.

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