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Conspiracy Entertainment Bringing Data Design's Wii Titles to North America

by Rainier on July 18, 2007 @ 4:01 p.m. PDT

Data Design and Conspiracy Entertainment announce they have signed a deal allowing Conspiracy to distribute and publish Data Design Interactive's nine first Wii console products in North America and Asia.

Stewart Green, president of Data Design Interactive Said: “We have an ambitious release schedule and a new distribution network to build in Europe, so we are pleased and excited to work together with Conspiracy Entertainment who already have the experience and contacts though out North America and Asia, to promote and publish our first batch of titles. We are convinced that their experience and professional approach will help us to establish and expand our gaming brands in the U.S and Asian market.

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  2. Ninjabread Man: Candy Land is under attack! This once sweet and tasty land has been taken over by hordes of snapping Cup Cakes, Angry Bees and Jelly Monsters. Only one man can stop this evil army of monster cakes. He’s one tough cookie; a guy that won’t crumble under the pressure...... ’Ninjabread Man’ is here!
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