London, England - 2nd November 2012 – Wired Productions and Mastertronic have joined forces to bring you 1001 Crosswords - the first Nintendo DS™ game with 1001 unique and cryptic crosswords!
Full of teasing crosswords from the UK’s leading national newspapers, this new collection contains an incredible 1001 puzzles of all levels of difficulty; enough for even the most determined crossword fanatic to get their teeth in to. Featuring a combination of Quick and Cryptic crosswords, 1001 Crosswords offers something for everyone. Take the hot seat and challenge a friend in a timed crossword duel! Use the inbuilt keyboard or write your own letters using the stylus. And if you’re really stuck, why not try the Hint button? But watch out for the time penalty!
Everyone from the keenest puzzle fan to novices will find puzzles that challenge, confound and enlighten. So snuggle up on the sofa, turn off the phone, put the kettle on and get ready to dive into the biggest collection of crosswords that has ever been published on Nintendo DS™!
Suitable for the whole family and fully compatible with Nintendo DS™, DSi and 3DS, 1001 Crosswords is a must-have for every puzzle fan and is available now on general release.
About the Mastertronic Group Limited
Mastertronic is one of the best known electronic entertainment brands in Europe. It pioneered the European console market with its launch of the Sega Master System, invented the value retail sector and built an international development and publishing operation under the Virgin Mastertronic label. The brand was subsequently re-launched as The Mastertronic Group Limited in 2003 by founder Frank Herman, together with Andy Payne and Garry Williams. The Group now leads the European value publishing sector through its retail brands M.A.D. (Mastertronic Added Dimension), Sold Out (the UK's largest-selling budget operation, acquired by the Group in 2004) and PC Gamer Presents, a unique quality-assured brand in association with the leading games magazine publisher Future Publishing. The Group also offers, through its wholly owned subsidiary The Producers Limited (also acquired in 2004), a 'cradle to grave' total turnkey service for physical product, from marketing through packaging and warehousing, to retail and digital distribution. More recently in 2006, Blast Entertainment was launched as part of the group and has rapidly become a leading video game company exclusively aimed at the younger end of the Children’s market. Blast develops new content based on recognised family friendly licenses from films, TV, classic characters and toys and publishes on a variety of formats including PlayStation 2, Nintendo DS and more recently, Nintendo Wii. In 2007 Just Flight, and its sister company Just Trains, the leading worldwide simulation specialists, were acquired by the group. Just Flight was established in 1995, and within three years became the world’s largest publisher of flight simulation software outside of Microsoft, with a reputation for high quality products, published by genuine enthusiasts. With casual gaming becoming more popular in the PC Market, Mastertronic launched Everyone Can Play in 2009, a casual gaming label dedicated to games that can be played by everyone and which combine simple rules and easy access with exciting and addictive gameplay. In the same year, Great Indie Games was launched - a new label created specifically to bring Independently developed games to a wider audience, with the critically acclaimed World Of Goo released as the debut title in July 2009.
About Wired Productions:
Established in 2008, Wired Productions are an independent games production and publishing house based in Watford, Hertfordshire, UK. Wired have launched numerous successful physical and digital products for market-leading brands, including OK! Magazine, the Daily Express and Mail on Sunday and are the team behind the hugely successful We Sing franchise on Nintendo Wii. With a history of proven commercial success Wired continue to pursue new opportunities.
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