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Happy Tree Friends coming to Xbox Live and the PC

The internet phenomenon turned television series turned video game is coming to a console near you.  Well, if you own an xbox that is.  Smiley

SEGA® of America, Inc. and SEGA Europe Ltd. today announced an exclusive agreement with the award-winning production studio, Mondo Media, to create video game content based on the popular animated series, Happy Tree Friends™. Currently under development by Stainless Studios, Happy Tree Friends False Alarm™ is scheduled for release via digital download on PC and Microsoft’s Xbox LIVE® Arcade in Fall 2007.

"We are excited to be partnering with Mondo Media to bring the irreverent comedy of the Happy Tree Friends to gamers worldwide,” said Scott A. Steinberg, Vice President of Marketing, SEGA of America, Inc. "The dark humor and twisted characters of Happy Tree Friends will act as a great foundation for creating a fun and entertaining universe for gamers and fans of the show alike.”

Happy Tree Friends is a wildly popular Internet phenomenon that debuted as a television series on G4 TV in the U.S. and on MTV in key markets overseas. Selling over one million DVD copies worldwide, Happy Tree Friends continues to thrill audiences online and maintains its position as a top ten most downloaded podcast on iTunes.

Now taking the spotlight with its very own interactive game, Happy Tree Friends False Alarm features the furry woodland creatures in a host of dismembering and ill-fated calamities.

Playing unlike any other action title on the market with its physics-based reactive environment, Happy Tree Friends False Alarm is an action-puzzle game that enables players to control one of three characters; Flippy, the emotionally tattered war-torn bear; Lumpy, the dim-witted blue moose; and Handy, an amputee beaver carpenter always eager to lend a helping limb. Using resources such as concrete, ice, gasoline, and nitroglycerin to augment the dynamic 3D environments, your goal is to save the Happy Tree Friends from hilarious disaster situations and their own bad luck. Play in 10 diverse levels designed exclusively for the Happy Tree Friends False Alarm game including mine shafts, candy factories and a museum, all of which are filled with outrageous outcomes and plenty of accidental mayhem!

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  • Ted BracewellTed Bracewell

    I became a huge fan of this cartoon on G4. Game should be interesting.

  • Ted BracewellTed Bracewell

    I became a huge fan of this cartoon on G4. Game should be interesting.

  • DenginDengin

    Obsessed much?

  • DenginDengin

    Obsessed much?

  • Matthew MushallMatthew Mushall

    Sweet!  I was watching the Happy Tree Friends on the web a year before G4 ever picked them up on Midnight Spank.  I even bought the first 3 volumes from Hot Topic, but haven't kept up with them recently.  I think the first two volumes were definitely the strongest.  It's kind of difficult to reinvent horrible deaths for these cute characters all the time.  Happy Tree Friends just lends itself to a clever physics based game.  Dodging falling television sets and avoiding sharp objects in addition to causing horrible disasters is going to be fun.  Thanks for the info T-Dub, you're the bestest. Smiley

  • Matthew MushallMatthew Mushall

    Sweet!  I was watching the Happy Tree Friends on the web a year before G4 ever picked them up on Midnight Spank.  I even bought the first 3 volumes from Hot Topic, but haven't kept up with them recently.  I think the first two volumes were definitely the strongest.  It's kind of difficult to reinvent horrible deaths for these cute characters all the time.  Happy Tree Friends just lends itself to a clever physics based game.  Dodging falling television sets and avoiding sharp objects in addition to causing horrible disasters is going to be fun.  Thanks for the info T-Dub, you're the bestest. Smiley

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