Iron Sky, the dark science fiction comedy film set in the year 2018 about the Nazis on the dark side of the Moon will turn into a computer game. The game's story line happens before the films events, setting a background to the films story. Iron Sky - the game is set to be released in 2011 before the film's theatrical premiere.
“Iron Sky teaser created a tsunami of interest towards the film and it has been viewed over 2 million times on the internet", says film's producer Tero Kaukomaa from Blind Spot Pictures. "We were looking for a partner to develop the game and are very happy to have IGIOS and LudoCraft on board. We are confident our new game developer partners can create a unique and high quality game that satisfies the needs of both casual and hardcore gamers."
“The production of the game will begin this summer with the pre-production of the film", IGIOS CEO Tapio Honkonen tells. "The game will be released simultaneously on several gaming platforms. There's also a plan for more games related to the movie”.
“Max Payne was an example of how a movie can be made out of a Finnish game, but never before has a 3D game been made out of a Finnish movie! We are now making a stunning game for international distribution. It is interesting to participate on such a high profile production”, says enthusiastic Tony Manninen, the CEO of LudoCraft.
Iron Sky film, developed by IGIOS and LudoCraft, is currently scheduled for release in 2011.
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