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Topic: Press Release: Al Lowe and Ken Wegrzyn to Kickstart Sam Suede
May 30, 2012– Chicago, IL – Al Lowe, gaming’s best-known humorist and creator of the Leisure Suit Larry® series, and Ken Wegrzyn, former Executive Producer for the Walt Disney Company, have launched a Kickstarter campaign to crowdfund their original new game, Sam Suede™ in Undercover Exposure.
Al Lowe and Ken Wegrzyn have laid the foundation for the world of Sam Suede™ by completing the Undercover Exposure game design and prototyping. “This is not a revival or a remake. It’s the original comedic game that Al and I designed after I brought Al out of retirement,” says Wegrzyn.
Wisecrack Games has assembled an award-winning and nominated writing, design, and development team, including Steve Ince, writer and designer of the recent Witcher and Broken Sword series. “Sam Suede is an exciting project, is extremely funny, and fits perfectly with the way I love to work,” says Ince. “This game will be so full of fun, I may just explode while working on it!”
The Wisecrack team is now ready to put COMEDY back into adventure games, delivering the first original Al Lowe game since his last released Leisure Suit Larry® game in the late 90’s. Go to www.kickstarter.com and type in “Sam Suede” to find out more...and while you are there, make sure to enter your pledge to help bring Sam Suede to life!
About Wisecrack Games, LLC
Wisecrack Games, LLC is a new studio on a mission to put put comedy back into the adventure game genre. With an experienced, award-winning and nominated team, Wisecrack develops new original transmedia properties for the PC, Mac, iOS, and other mobile platforms
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