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The Cryptics Interactive Comic for PSP Now In PlayStation Store

Evolution of the Medium Now Available Exclusively for Download on the PLAYSTATION(R)Store.

SAN MATEO, CA - February 7, 2007 - D2C Games(TM), Inc. a premier developer and publisher of downloadable interactive entertainment, announced today the availability of its evolutionary digital video comic, The Cryptics, for the PSP(R) system. Published under the D2Comics(TM) brand, the product offers a unique interactive multimedia experience complete with story action directed by the comics’ creators, SFX, original musical scores, behind-the-scenes video and interactive commentary that expands the digital reading experience beyond traditional print comics.

Steve Niles (30 Days of Night) and Ben Roman (I luv Halloween) bring you an interactive look into the young lives and escapades of Jackie Jekyll Jr., Drac, Wolfy and Sea-Boy with a digital video comic that heaps on the laughs. Enjoy each story episode at your own leisure with DVD-styled play as well as an inside look into the creative process through interactive video featuring director’s cut commentary.

Famous monsters are going to the scariest place they’ve ever been … the suburbs. The Cryptics follows much smaller versions of horror’s most-fabled characters as they grow up in the suburbs, go to school and make monsters in the laboratory.

“The Cryptics, the first in a series of digital video comics for the PSP system, represents the evolution of technology and great story-telling talent to deliver a unique interactive multimedia experience for the digital generation,” said Christopher Sturr, Senior Director of Sales & Marketing for D2C Games. “Guys like Steve Niles know what comic book fans want, and we’re delivering that experience to comic fans in ways that they never thought possible.”

The Cryptics, priced at $2.99, is available for digital download to your PSP(R) system through the PLAYSTATION(R)Store for the PC and the PLAYSTATION(R)Store.

For more information on D2C Games and D2Comics please visit the company’s websites at and

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Posted by: Redeema
Date: February 7, 2008

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