Drop blocks, fire cannons, rescue princess with Reset Generation - on PC and mobile
Latest N-Gage game offers furious multiplayer action
"Reset Generation is a groundbreaking new game for the N-Gage platform," said Dr Mark Ollila, Head of Games Publishing, Nokia. "This title showcases the commitment that Nokia has to publishing innovative games and we are proud to be pioneering new original content for consumers."
"A homage to all things fun in video games, the highly anticipated Reset Generation is unlike anything seen before," continued Scott Foe, Producer, Nokia. "No pixel was left behind and no sound was spared. If you grew up playing video games, you will be especially fond of this title."
Players can also enjoy seamless multiplayer action between mobile and PC. On PC, the game is free to play and is available as an embeddable web widget and as downloadable content with N-Gage compatible devices. The mobile version sold through Nokia channels will cost around 10-12 EUR depending on local taxes and can be bought with a credit card or charged to an operator subscription where operator billing is available.
Reset Generation is developed by Finland-based RedLynx of Pathway to Glory fame. The soundtrack was composed and performed by Los Angeles-based chiptune band 8 Bit Weapon using old video game machines as instruments.
N-Gage is a made-for-mobile games service available in compatible Nokia Nseries and other S60 3rd Edition devices from Nokia. N-Gage makes it easy to find, try, buy, play and manage high-quality mobile games as well as connect to friends and other players in the N-Gage Arena, Nokia's mobile gaming community. Nokia is working with the world's leading publishers to deliver a broad portfolio of games. www.n-gage.com
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