Los Angeles - May 29, 2008 - IN-FUSIO, a leading digital-content publisher, today announced it has licensed mobile gaming rights for the upcoming motion picture Get Smart, from Warner Bros. Digital Distribution. Based on the highly anticipated motion picture from Warner Bros. Pictures and Village Roadshow Pictures, the Get Smart mobile game will combine mission-based gameplay, puzzle solving and combat with the trademark Get Smart humor.
In the movie, CONTROL secret agents Maxwell Smart and the lovely-but-lethal Agent 99 are on a mission to thwart a plan for world domination by the evil crime syndicate KAOS.
Assuming the role of CONTROL operatives, Get Smart mobile game players will battle KAOS henchmen in a variety of locations, including a training facility, city streets, agent Krstic's mansion, nuclear facilities and prison dungeons. In addition to gadgets collected along the way, Maxwell's signature "hwa-rang-do" martial-arts moves and powerful insult-based combat offer creativeways to take on the forces of evil.
In addition to the mobile game, special content from the movie, wallpapers, voicetones and theme music will be available. The Get Smart mobile game will be available this summer on a variety of wireless carriers in North America.
The action comedy Get Smart opens June 20 in theaters nationwide.
Note to Editors: Screenshots and a trailer from the Get Smart mobile game are available for your use on the MMPR ftp site ( http://www.mmpr.com/MMPRFTP), inside the IN-FUSIO folder.
IN-FUSIO division is a leading international digital entertainment company, publishing games and applications for cell phones worldwide. IN-FUSIO applications are enjoyed and available through more than 300 carriers and portals worldwide. IN-FUSIO's portfolio includes licensed applications based on Microsoft's Age of Empires? 2, and Zoo Tycoon? 2, Neopets?, Twentieth Century Fox's Die Hard, Canal Studio Image's The Terminator TM , Tour de France, Golden Tee TM , and original titles such as the award-winning and famous Wallbreaker sold on more than 27 million handsets. For more information, please visit www.in-fusio.com.
Michael Meyers PR