Casual mini-games make for nice promotional gimmicks prior to the release of a real game, and Sony Computer Entertainment Europe and SPIL GAMES have teamed up for one such inFamous mini-game.

Press Release: The inFAMOUS Official Mini-Game Launches Exclusively to SPIL Games' Portals

Experience Fierce Action in Official Mini-Game of Upcoming PLAYSTATION®3 Title

HILVERSUM, The Netherlands - May 22, 2009

Sony Computer Entertainment Europe and SPIL GAMES, the world's ultimate online game destination, today announced that the official mini-game for the upcoming title, inFAMOUS, will debut exclusively on SPIL GAMES online casual game portals from May 22-29.

Playable directly in the browser window on both PC and Mac computers, the mini-game will showcase the action-adventure gameplay style featured in the hotly anticipated inFAMOUS PLAYSTATION®3 game expected to launch in Europe in late May 2009.

In the inFAMOUS mini-game developed by Kerb, players get to extend their inFAMOUS experience through playing this free platform based 2D version of the PS3 title. The plot of the mini-game is based around the game's main character, Cole, navigating his way to a power generator located on the roof of an abandoned precinct house in Empire City.

Players have to battle their way through gangs of iconic villains whilst solving puzzles using Cole's agility and electrical super powers. In addition to achieving the games ultimate goal, player's actions are constantly being monitored, providing real-time updates of how in-game decisions affect their morality.

The style in which players complete the game dictates the final scenes of the game, as well as letting players compare their own morality against players from around the EU.

SPIL GAMES will feature the inFAMOUS mini-game exclusively on select casual game portals in their global network including:,,,,,,,,,,,,,, and

About Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Ltd
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About Kerb
Kerb is a digital engagement agency connecting digital advertising with entertainment and brand experience, with offices in the UK and Japan. The award-winning agency is redefining traditional online advertising through promoting exciting content that audiences want to engage with and share.

It combines design and technical expertise with strategic consultancy to deliver highly engaging online advertising campaigns for leading brands including Sony PlayStation 3, Disney, Pepsi, BBC, EA Games, Nokia, Vodafone, Orange, Sky, Channel 4, Five, Lego and Easy Group. For more background on Kerb and examples of its work, visit the company's Web site at

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