SAVE THE EARTH WITH SUPERMODEL'S PANTIES IN NEW ENTERTAINMENT CD-ROM TITLE "PANTY RAIDER: FROM HERE TO IMMATURITY" |
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
This May, To Save the Earth from Nasty Teenage Aliens, Gamers will Seek Out Supermodels to Strip Them Down to Their Bra and Panties to Save the Earth from Nasty Teenage Aliens
NEW YORK, February 8, 2000 - This May, Simon & Schuster Interactive will ship a CD-ROM game where only the sexy underwear of supermodels will save the Earth - "PANTY RAIDER: FROM HERE TO IMMATURITY" (PC/MAC hybrid CD-ROM, $19.95). PANTY RAIDER takes gamers to Model Isle where a supermodel photo shoot is taking place. The player is on a mission to photograph specific styles and colors of panties worn by supermodels to satisfy three testosterone-driven teenage aliens and keep them from blowing up the Earth.
Background: One day, a catalog from a famous lingerie store inexplicably showed up in the mailbox at one horny teenage alien's home. Some time later, he and his two buddies had worn out the catalog and they needed more! So they hijacked their father's flying saucer for a joy ride across the universe in search of supermodels in their underwear. The player assumes the role of "Nelson," an innocent bystander who is forced to help the aliens in their perverted quest. Nelson's job is to photograph specific models, wearing specific types and colors of underwear (as specified by the aliens). If Nelson does not get the photos that the aliens are asking for, in the amount of time given, the aliens will destroy Earth.
Overview: The game is played from Nelson's point of view. Each game begins with the aliens telling Nelson which girls, wearing what underwear he will need to photograph for that mission. He will be teleported to the Model Isle and the clock will begin ticking. Once on the island, Nelson can use all the tools available to him:
* Pick up lines - Use cheesy pickup lines to lure models out of the woods.
If all the correct models in the correct lingerie are photographed within the given amount of time, Earth is saved. Otherwise, the frustrated teenage aliens are forced to take their hormone driven anger out on the planet.
PANTY RAIDER, published by Simon & Schuster Interactive, is being developed by Hypnotix, Inc., the developer behind the best-selling series of Deer Avenger titles.
PANTY RAIDER will be available in May for the PC and Mac on a hybrid CD-ROM. It is expected to have an estimated street price of $19.95.
PANTY RAIDER will be rated by the Entertainment Software Review Board (ESRB). More information on the ESRB can be found at www.esrb.org.
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