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Enter LIMBO at Nordic Game 2010 and the Cop3nhag3n Robot Electronic Entertainment Festival

Playdead’s IGF Award-Winning Title to be Playable at Two Shows Next Week in Copenhagen

COPENHAGEN, Denmark - April 23, 2010

Independent game development studio Playdead today announced that a preview section of their upcoming XBLA puzzle-platformer, LIMBO, will be playable at both the 2010 Nordic Game conference and the Cop3nhag3n Robot electronic entertainment festival next week.

During Nordic Game 2010, taking place April 27-30 in Copenhagen, curious attendees will also get some first-hand insight into LIMBO’s puzzles through a presentation by Playdead game designer Jeppe Carlsen. The talk will focus on balancing accessibility, difficulty, and fun in puzzle design, and will take place on Thursday, April 29 at 11:30am. More information about the session can be found at http://nordicgame.com

People with a busy week ahead need not worry, as they’ll also be able to try out a demo of LIMBO at the Cop3nhag3n Robot festival, a three-day event dedicated to electronic entertainment that is completely free and open to fans of all ages. For more information about the show, taking place at Axeltorv Square from April 30– May 2, visit http://www.copenhagenrobot.dk

For more information about LIMBO, which will arrive on XBLA later this year, check out the official website at http://www.limbogame.org

About Playdead

Playdead is an independent game development studio based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Founded by Arnt Jensen and Dino Patti in 2006, Playdead creates and publishes original games based on artistic vision. LIMBO is Playdead‘s first production and its first game to be published. For more information about Playdead please visit: http://www.playdeadgames.com.

Ryan Morgan, TriplePoint



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