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San Francisco - For Immediate Release - A Virus Named TOM releases the new "TeamWork" feature video for PAX

In celebration of PAX Prime 2011, MisfitsAttic has released a new exclusive "Teamwork" video for 'A Virus Name TOM'. This humorous video gives helpful tips for maneuvering the challenges of cooperative puzzle solving.

About A Virus Named TOM


An Infectious Action-Puzzler

4 Player Cooperative&Competitive Play

Evolving Puzzle and Dexterity Mechanics


Dr X brought the world the city of Tomorrow: with robot dogs, and houses that clean themselves. MegaTech promptly fired him as soon as the last chrome brick was laid (old scientist don't fit the "brand" of the City of Tomorrow). But Dr X has one final invention for MegaTech, a little virus named Tom (that's you!). Go forth, infect, cause mayhem... destroy tomorrow, today!


An Action-puzzler. The puzzle comes from rearrange circuits to spread the virus. The Action comes from dodging anti-virus drones while doing it. It’s one of the few puzzle games out there where you can play co-operatively (with up to 3 friends). But if you tire of working together, there is a battle mode where you can take on your friends to see who is the supreme virus.

For more information on A Virus Named TOM visit: www.avirusnamedtom.com

About MisfitsAttic

We’re an independent game studio, which we’re sure you can tell from our website. We want to make big small games with attitude, create immersive worlds that you want to share with your friends, and bring our dark sense of humor to your living room. Our founding members have over 30 years of experience in the film, game, and design industries. We’re passionate about great, original game design, and committed to creating a balanced work/life atmosphere.

For more information on MisfitsAttic visit: www.misfitsattic.blogspot.com


For any inquiries concerning " A Virus Named TOM" or the company " MisfitsAttic" please contact:

Jeremiah Hisel-

Head of PR


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