Duo to develop mobile games based on films

Paramount Digital Entertainment has licensed Hong Kong-based Artificial Life to develop mobile games based on “Braveheart” and recent hit “Shooter.”

Both will be action genre games with role-playing features and enhanced 3-D graphics. Both will be available from early 2008.

“Artificial Life’s ability to bring alive the compelling characters and storylines from these two hit titles will help our fans and gamers experience a thrilling interactive play,” said Pradeep Mittur, VP for Paramount Digital in Asia-Pacific. “The games will feature unique gaming engines, swift character movements and advanced gaming physics that challenge the players.”

Artificial Life is a New York-listed corporation with its headquarters in Hong Kong and offices in Berlin and Tokyo. It has previously developed games based on “Big Brother” and “America’s Next top Model.”

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