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'Stuart Little 2' Coming To The PC This Summer

by Thomas on Feb. 27, 2002 @ 10:46 a.m. PST

Get ready for some action-packed fun - Stuart-style! Infogrames, Inc. a leading publisher of computer and video games, and Sony Pictures Consumer Products announced today that the Stuart Little 2 PC CD-ROM game will ship just in time for the July 2002 debut of the Stuart Little 2 motion picture.


Stuart Little 2™ CD-ROM Game to Launch In Time for New Motion Picture

Stuart Little 2 follows in the success of the first Stuart Little movie and PC CD-ROM game of the same name, and is sure to be one of the summer’s biggest family movies.

“With the Stuart Little 2 PC CD-ROM game, kids get to take the Stuart Little movie experience home with them for extended fun on their PC,” said Nancy MacIntyre, vice president of marketing for Infogrames, Inc. Beverly Studio. “Stuart Little is adored by kids everywhere and we’re thrilled to be working with Sony Pictures Consumer Products again to create a new interactive Stuart experience.”

Stuart Little is back in the action in Stuart Little 2! His new friend Margalo is missing and players must help Stuart rescue her from the evil Falcon and retrieve Mrs. Little’s missing ring. In five challenging games based on key action scenes from the movie, players test Stuart’s skateboarding, driving, flying, jumping, and even puzzle-solving skills as he navigates pipes, sidewalks, buildings, roof tops, and even the airspace above Central Park!

The game’s 3-D style graphics bring Stuart to life on the PC just like in the movie. Players can experience Stuart Little 2 through Story Mode or Free Play, where kids can play their favorite adventure again and again! The “Bonus Gallery” features stills direct from the Stuart Little 2 movie, which kids can print for fun off the computer.

Developed by Hyperspace Cowgirls, Stuart Little 2 for Windows 95® and Higher is appropriate for ages 4 and up and will be available in June 2002 for an approximate retail price of $19.99.

About Sony Pictures Consumer Products
Sony Pictures Consumer Products (SPCP), based in Los Angeles, handles the merchandising and branding efforts for some of the most recognized properties in film and television. This includes theatrical properties such as Spider-Man™, Men in Black 2™ and Stuart Little 2™, as well as television properties, like as “Phantom Investigators™,” “Harold and the Purple Crayon™,” “Jackie Chan Adventures™” and “Max Steel™.” SPCP is a division of Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE), whose global operations encompass motion picture production and distribution, television production and distribution, worldwide channel investments, home entertainment acquisition and distribution, operation of studio facilities, development of new entertainment products, services and technologies, and distribution of filmed entertainment in 67 countries.

About Infogrames
New York-based Infogrames, Inc. (Nasdaq: IFGM) is one of the largest third-party publishers of interactive entertainment software in the U.S. The Company develops video games for all consoles (Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft), PCs, and Macintosh systems. Infogrames’ catalogue of more than 1,000 titles includes award-winning franchises such as Civilization, Backyard Sports, Deer Hunter, Driver, RollerCoaster Tycoon, Test Drive, and Unreal, and key licenses including Survivor, Warner Bros. Looney Tunes, Nickelodeon’s Blue’s Clues, Dragon Ball Z, Mission Impossible, Harley-Davidson, Major League Baseball, and the National Football League, among many others. The Company’s Humongous Entertainment and MacSoft labels are leaders in children’s and Macintosh entertainment software, respectively.

Infogrames, Inc. is a majority-owned subsidiary of France-based Infogrames Entertainment SA (IESA) (Euronext 5257), a global publisher and distributor of video games for all platforms, as well as interactive digital television, mobile smart devices (WAP, HDML) and in-flight entertainment systems. In 2001, IESA acquired Infogrames Interactive, Inc. (formerly Hasbro Interactive), including its line of software based on well-known licenses such as Monopoly, Jeopardy, Tonka, and Atari, which are published and distributed in the U.S. by Infogrames, Inc. For more information, visit the Company’s Web site at

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