Chillingo Announces Worldwide Launch Of Fightback

Chillingo, leading independent mobile games publisher and division of Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: EA), today announced the worldwide launch of Fightback, from developer Ninja Theory, on the App Store SM.

From award-winning development studio Ninja Theory, comes a whole new take on mobile action games. Take back the streets and tower blocks in Fightback, a free-to-play side scrolling beat-em-up with a unique, gorgeous, 80’s action movie aesthetic and revolutionary controls.

“We’re very excited to be debuting on mobile and tablet with Fightback, a game in which we’ve delivered beautiful visuals and engaging combat gameplay tailored specifically for touch screen devices,” said Dominic Matthews, Product Manager at Ninja Theory. “With the help of Chillingo and by virtue of the game being free, we are looking forward to reaching a wider audience than we have ever been able to before.”

Fightback is a truly unique experience on mobile,” said Ed Rumley, COO, Chillingo. “Ninja Theory have achieved perfection with their gesture based controls and the game looks phenomenal. We’re proud to have helped such a renowned UK studio bring Fightback to millions of gamers around the world.”

Fightback now. Grab the game for free on the App Store.

About Chillingo

Chillingo, a subsidiary of Electronic Arts, is a leading games publisher on iOS with numerous award-winning hits around the world including Angry Birds, Cut the Rope, Contre Jour, and Anomaly Warzone Earth. The company also publishes games for Android™, Windows® Phone 8, Steam, and other digital platforms. For more information about the company and its games, please visit www.chillingo.com.

About Ninja Theory Ltd.

Ninja Theory Ltd. was formed in 2004 by four partners, including current Directors Nina Kristensen (Chief Development Director), Tameem Antoniades (Chief Creative Director) and Jez San OBE (Non-Executive Director). The studio pride themselves on striving for the highest production values and continually pushing the boundaries of technology, art and design to create evermore exciting video game experiences.

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