Following the digital launch in February of the first-ever “MeteoHeroes” videogame on PlayStation and PC, Mondo TV Studios, part of Mondo TV Group, has announced the arrival of the game “MeteoHeroes – Saving Planet Earth” in physical format.
From October 27, “MeteoHeroes – Saving Planet Earth” has been on sale as a physical version for PlayStation 4, published by independent distributor Meridiem Games. A significant number of important markets have been confirmed for the launch, including Spain, Italy, Germany, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Norway, Iceland, Austria, Poland, Hungary, Greece, Croatia, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. The game will be available in six languages: Italian, Spanish, English, French, Portuguese and German.
The popular environmentally themed animated kids’ show “MeteoHeroes,” co-produced by Mondo TV and Italian weather forecasting centre Meteo Operations Italia, has inspired the videogame, which is a co-production between Sony Interactive Entertainment España, development partner Gammera Nest and Mondo TV Studios. The “MeteoHeroes” video game can also boast the support of PlayStation®Talents in its area of PlayStation Alliances, the company's programme that promotes the development of videogames in Spain.
“MeteoHeroes – Saving Planet Earth” invites children of all ages to join the much-loved characters from the popular TV series in a fun action platform game. There are enemies to escape from, fast-moving adventures and multiple locations in cities on all the world’s continents, where players will have to find hidden items on the screen that will help them rid each city of pollution and decay.
“‘MeteoHeroes – Saving Planet Earth’ has been getting strong recognition from the vast fan base of the TV series in its digital format. Now that the video game is also available in a physical version at retail outlets, we look forward to seeing further growth in the reach and following of the ‘MeteoHeroes’ brand. This success shows, once again, how video games, led by high-quality content, can be a powerful tool for transmitting important values,” said Maria Bonaria Fois, CEO of Mondo TV Studios.