Paramount, Legacy Interactive team to develop games based on films


Mumbai: Paramount Digital Entertainment and Legacy Interactive announced that they are developing titles based on the popular Paramount Pictures’ films Clueless, Mean Girls and Pretty in Pink.

In Clueless: The Game, the player takes on the part of Cher trying to find the perfect boyfriends for all her pals. Players will need to figure out what kind of guy their friends want by noticing what clothes these potential suitors wear and what sort of interests they have. Once Cher knows what they want, she will have to pick out the right elements to make the perfect man for them. Players will have to be quick. Love waits for no one!

Mean Girls: High School Showdown allows players to take on the role of a student trying to restore balance to the many cliques in their high school and to end the reign of the terrible Plastic clique, the prettiest girls and the meanest of the mean. To do this, players will need to unite the cliques by using a few tricks of their own. Players can choose to take the high road by using kind words and revealing important truths at the right time, or use the Plastic’s own evil tricks against them, by using rumours, pranks and put downs. A mix of both might go a long way, too!

In the game, Pretty in Pink, players will need to solve a variety of fun and challenging visual puzzles in order to experience the memorable story about love, friendship, the clash of social cliques and how to rise above them. Andie, Duckie, Blane, and the rest of the unforgettable characters from both "the wrong side of the tracks" and not, return to play out the romantic fairytale love story, but this time their fate will be put in the hands of the player.

"Paramount is focused on creating quality interactive entertainment based on evergreen motion pictures. With these games, we will not only reach the core casual games audience, but engage new audiences with our properties," said Paramount Digital Entertainment Interactive and Mobile Senior Vice President Sandi Isaacs. "We are confident that our collaboration with Legacy Interactive will be a great success."

"Legacy Interactive’s vision for these fan favourite films is one that seamlessly takes each story into the gaming world," said Legacy Interactive President and CEO Ariella Lehrer. "Our goal in collaborating with Paramount Digital Entertainment is to create games that long time fans of the films will appreciate, but also games that challenge and entertain the casual gamer."