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Sheffield UK , 19th September 2008 – Lexicon Entertainment, a leading publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment and leisure software for video game console systems and personal computers world-wide, is pleased to announce Finkles Adventure for Nintendo DS and Wii to be released in early 2009.

Finkles Adventure is a fun filled, colourful, casual puzzle title for gamers and ‘newbies’ alike with equal enjoyment and has an addictive hook that makes for hours of endless family playing.

In their world of make believe Finkles are generated and simulated from raindrops. Their bodies look like colourful jelly and their hands hold onto flower umbrellas in their magical world.

The premise of the game is simple… Naughty Finkles float on and around the screen by holding their flower umbrellas. Once players’ touch the Finkles they will float to the ground. Whenever three or more Finkles of the same colour stay close together, all of them will explode and disappear. To win through each level, clearing screens and obtaining a high score may sound straight forward but this depends on the mission objectives chosen and with multiplayer mode option makes the challenge even more enticing.

The colourful world of Finkles and the myriad puzzle challenges are bolstered with many logical tasks, endearing graphics and numerous items and collectables to retrieve which will keep players coming back for more. The progression of the game – tapered to test - has been specially adapted so by picking the appropriate options there is hours and days of achievements to be had.

There are many objectives and endless number of combo challenges to achieve along with high score. Nab a few of the picks ups to energize or find some gravity items and life is made just that little bit easier

· Features include:

· Special challenges

· 4 modes of play

· 50 different and diverse levels –

· Both Wii and DS versions optimized to utilize console specs

Finkles Adventure delivers fun gameplay for the family
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