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Ideas From the Deep Surfaces with Fam Friendly Games

Company: Ideas From the Deep
Product: Nanosaurs 2: Hatchlings/Otto Matic

Ideas From the Deep, a leading provider of family friendly video games, has announced that Nanosaur 2: Hatchling and Otto Matic are being distributed into retail by FunHouse Interactive, and are available at major software stores across the country. IFD?s two newest titles are designed to be fun and entertaining for 5 to 12 years old without worrying their parents. Both titles have a large fan base on Mac computers and can be found in many schools. This is the first time they have been available for PC.

?We are committed to delivering games which parents can rely on as being both exciting for their children and still safe for younger gamers,? said Lane Roathe, CEO of Ideas From the Deep. ?Retailers and consumers are looking for titles which do not promote the violent behavior we see in the average game. Our games are made specifically to entertain an audience which should not be playing more mature titles.? Nanosaur 2: Hatchling and Otto Matic touch on two perennial favorite subjects for kids: dinosaurs and robots. Each one is filled with action that requires quick hands and quick thinking to win and beat the bad guys. Both games are presented in full 3D with state-of-the-art graphics, sound, and support for red-and-blue 3D glasses.

Nanosaur 2: Hatchling starts out in 4122 A.D. when a Nanosaur, a dinosaur with advanced technology, is sent into the past to retrieve the unhatched eggs of ancient dinosaur species. The mission is a success, but Rebel Nanosaurs steal the eggs and take them to their bases. Now a pterodactyl Nanosaur has been sent to these bases to battle the Rebel forces and bring back the stolen eggs.

Otto Matic follows a robot that is given the job of saving Earth from the clutches of The Giant Brain from Planet X. The robot, Otto, must rescue as many humans as it can while defeating the Brain Aliens and all of their evil followers.

Nanosaur 2: Hatchling and Otto Matic are available online from IFD?s own website or at CompUSA and Gamestop stores around the nation. Nanosaur 2: Hatchling costs $29.99, while Otto Matic is only $24.99.

-Red Dawg, GameVortex Communications
AKA Alex Redmann

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