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Nerd Corps Entertainment Launches Slug it Out! in the App Store

First Mobile Game for the Popular Television Series Slugterra Available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/07/12 --

Editors Note: There is a video associated with this Press Release.

This winter, gamers of all ages can battle it out to become the best slugslinger of all time in the new game Slug it Out!, for iPhone®, iPad® and iPod touch®. Launching December 13, Slug it Out! is a fast-paced action puzzle game based on the popular animated television series, Slugterra.

The game transports players to the underground world of Slugterra where Eli Shane must collect little creatures called slugs, use them to battle a horde of villains, and stop the evil Dr. Blakk! Each slug has its own unique powers and transforms into a powerful battle beast when fired from a blaster!

Players must quickly match tiles on the game board to power up their slugs and fire across at their opponent. New slug powers are earned through game play, with eight slugs to collect: Infernus, Frostcrawler, Tazerling, Flatulorhinkus, Arachnet, Fandango, Boon Doc and Enigmo. The key to success lies in choosing the right attack and defense slugs for each round, and using them at the right time. Opponents pack their own punch using evil "ghoul" slugs!

The game is based on the animated action-comedy series Slugterra, airing on Disney XD. The series follows the adventures of Eli and his team of friends as they explore the caverns of Slugterra collecting, training and dueling with magical creatures called slugs. When fired at 100 MPH out of a high-powered blaster, they unleash their awesome powers! Eli and his friends must stop the evil Dr. Blakk who is trying to "ghoul" the slugs, transforming them into feral mindless weapons, and battle a host of opponents and henchmen along the way! Television viewers can consult local listings for air times.

Slugterra is the fourth original property developed by Nerd Corps Entertainment. A toy line developed by JAKKS Pacific will hit shelves in spring 2013, with several additional key licensees signed on for the brand and rolling out merchandise throughout 2013 and beyond.

Slug it Out! is available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch for $0.99 in the US and Canada. It is the first iOS game developed and published by Nerd Corps Entertainment.

For more information, visit www.SlugitOut.com and tap into the App Store(SM) today!

For more Slugterra games, visit www.slugterra.com and play the online adventure-platformer, Battle for Slugterra. Slugslingers everywhere can follow the show on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Slugterra and YouTube at www.YouTube.com/Slugterra.

About Slugterra

Choose your ammo... Slug it out! Slugterra is an epic sci-fi comedy adventure set deep underground, where the ammo's alive and only the quick survive! In this luminous, high-tech, underground world every cavern holds a new adventure, new battle and weird little slugs to be discovered. Eli Shane is determined to be the greatest slugslinging hero of them all. To do it, he'll need to collect and train an army of little critters called slugs. When these magical creatures are fired at 100 MPH out of a high-powered blaster, they transform into powerful battle beasts! The adventure follows Eli and his team of friends as they explore the caverns, challenge rivals and each other to duels, upgrade their cool gear, and generally have a blast in this never-before-imagined underground world. But there is a very real threat to Slugterra; Dr. Blakk is seeking to "ghoul" the slugs, transforming them into feral mindless weapons! No one has been able to stand up to Blakk's powerful ghouls and army of henchmen... until now! The 39 x 22-minute episodes series is targeted to kids 6-11.

Slugterra is airing on Disney XD in the US, Canada, Australia, Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Additional broadcast will rollout around the globe through 2013. A toy line developed by JAKKS Pacific will hit shelves in spring 2013, with several additional key licensees signed on for the brand and rolling out merchandise throughout 2013 and beyond. Nerd Corps Entertainment is launching its first iOS game for the brand, Slug it Out!, which has been produced with the financial participation of the Shaw Rocket Fund and the Bell Broadcast and New Media Fund.

Slugterra is a Nerd Corps Entertainment original property.

About Nerd Corps Entertainment Inc.

Nerd Corps Entertainment is a privately held IP creation, development, production, and distribution company based out of Vancouver, Canada, with offices in Toronto, Canada. The company's mandate is to produce stylistically innovative animated projects for television, online, and mobile based on a solid foundation of creative and exceptional storytelling. Working in a state-of-the-art studio with highly skilled artists and production staff, Nerd Corps' expertise in creative development and execution covers all aspects of property generation and management, from development and production to distribution, marketing, interactive and licensing. The studio's award-winning stable of productions includes original series Slugterra, Storm Hawks, League of Super Evil and Rated A for Awesome, as well as Dragon Booster for Alliance Atlantis and Hot Wheels: Battle Force 5, Max Steel and Monster High for Mattel, Inc. Visit www.nerdcorps.com.

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