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TGC takes off with Ikaro

TGC announces worldwide release of high-speed air racing game Ikaro for PC.

Berlin, November 20th 2009. TGC– The Games Company announces the release of the unique air racing game Ikaro today. Instead of squeaking wheels PC gamers expect in Ikaro turbulent neck-and-neck duels with agile microlights. TGC assigned the Italian studio Magic Dream Games with its development offering racing fans a completely new game experience. The worldwide release is scheduled for the first quarter 2010.

On as much challenging as varied air courses pilots fight against each other. Thereby you cross tremendous dusty canyons and impressive cities or pass with breakneck stunts the checkpoints over a moony island. A dynamic weather system adds even more excitement to the race. Suddenly starting snowfall or an upcoming thunderstorm can bring your certain believed pole position in great danger.

In addition to the extensive career mode Ikaro also comes up with an adrenaline loaded multiplayer. Up to 6 players start their engines either via LAN or internet and compete against each other with their microlights. Here the integrated worldwide ranking incites you to maximum performance.

About TGC– The Games Company Worldwide GmbH

TGC– The Games Company is an internationally focused publisher of computer and video games, situated in Berlin, Germany. TGC has its own in-house development studio, realizing any kind of interactive entertainment software from high-quality full-price games to commissioned productions for all next-generation game consoles and PC. Since its foundation in 2006, TGC– The Games Company has been publishing licensed products as well as commissioned and proprietary productions, mainly in the full-price segment. An ambitious team with long-time experience in the games industry, an innovative corporate concept, and a strong network of global partners are TGC’s great advantages. For more information, please see www.the-games-company.com.

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