Quantic Lab makes first steps into games development sector.
Monday, 14 March 2011, Quantic Lab announces development of first part of the series “Mystery Series – A Vampire Tale”.
“At this point we have already created a demo for the game, and we are in the final steps of polishing the source code and GUI”, says Stefan Seicarescu CEO of Quantic Lab. “Our aim is to start small, and create a bug-free and attractive product. We want to use our experience as a professional QA and create a technically solid game, one that would please both publisher and players. We are shooting for the release on PC and Mac in about 4 months, and we are already in advanced negotiations with several publishers. It’s also a matter of days until we will launch the game’s homepage where the first details of Caroline’s (our main character) adventures in Transylvania will be revealed.” added Mr. Seicarescu.
ABOUT “Mystery Series – A Vampire Tale”:
Mystery Series – A Vampire Tale is a Hidden Object game for PC and Mac, which uses the proven Unity 3D engine and stunning concept art to introduce the player to a unique folkloric Vampire universe where they need to solve a series of quests surrounding a mysterious abduction. With a target audience of predominantly casual players “A vampire tale” comes to an already existing popular market of hidden object games. It is intended to be the first part of a series.
ABOUT QUANTIC LAB:
Quantic Lab is a QA facility that specializes in Wii, DS, PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 QA solutions. The consistency of our business model helped us expand our services to graphic assets and game development starting 2010. Its dedicated Q&A and management team helps publishers in bringing high quality games to market by providing secured and professional services and state of the art testing facilities. Quantic Lab streamlined Q&A and development procedures reduce production costs for its clients. For more information please visit www.quanticlab.com, contact at firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: +40(0)364405777, +40(0)752083500, fax: +40 (0) 364 405 778