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UDS Develops Games For Nintendo's

by Rainier on Nov. 23, 2001 @ 6:56 p.m. PST

Ubi Soft Entertainment has commissioned Scandinavian game developer UDS to develop games for Nintendo's new platform "Game Boy Advance" - a successor to Game Boy which is the world's best selling video game system to date. UDS (Unique Development Studios) is one of Scandinavia's leading developers of computer, video and console games.

UDS will develop a game based on Clear Channel Entertainment-Motor Sports' Monster Jam property for Nintendo's new platform Game Boy Advance - the successor to Nintendo's hugely successful Game Boy which is the world's best selling video game system to date. Ubi Soft Entertainment, the leading global producer, publisher and international distributor of interactive entertainment products, will market the product which is expected to be ready for launch early next year.

"We are most happy to commence a hopefully mutually fruitful and long-lasting relationship with Ubi Soft Entertainment, which is one of the leading publishers in the world. In addition, this is a strategically important order for UDS since the new Game Boy Advance promises to be a very successful platform world-wide. It is instrumental for us to get the opportunity to be part of developing games for this platform in such an early stage," said Thomas Lofblad, Managing Director, UDS.

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