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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]


Denki are delighted to announce the launch of Save the Day, their new arcade Save ‘Em Up game. The follow up to the award-winning, acclaim-grabbing word game, Quarrel, Save the Day is a modern twitch arcade game with a difference; it’s a console game built in HTML5 and fully playable in the browser.

It is the last point which Denki are particularly proud of, as Producer, Sean Taylor, explains: “A lot of platforms, engines and developers talk about aiming to deliver console gaming experiences in the browser but - to date - few have delivered. We see Save the Day as a benchmark, proof that you can make a browser game which not only looks like it belongs on XBLA or PSN but plays like it too. Kudos to the guys at Turbulenz, some doubted their HTML5 gaming engine could deliver genuine console quality experiences but I believe Save the Day is proof that it can.”

Of the game itself, Taylor says: “Save the Day takes the familiarity of a classic twitch arcade game and makes it fresh and vital again, turning the classic Shoot ‘Em Up concept on its head to make the game about saving rather than slaughtering.”

Save the Day Features

  • Familiar but fresh twitch arcade gaming
  • High-octane helicopter heroics
  • Scrumptious snack-sized gameplay
  • Infinite replayability
  • Hearty highscore high-jinks
Save the Day Availability

Save the Day is free to play on the:

Save the Day Compatibility

Save the Day is fully playable on Windows, Mac and Linux machines on all major browsers.

Save the Day Press Kit

The official trailer for Save the Day can be found on YouTube:

The official media kit, including screenshots, logos and assets can be found here:

Notes to Editors

For further information, please contact Romana Ramzan on +44 (0) 1382 308645 or

About Denki

Denki is an award-winning, critically acclaimed maker of independent video games. We make arcadified games for postcore people.

For further information and full media kit, please visit:

About Turbulenz

Turbulenz is a new HTML5 games platform designed for the web and mobile devices. Leveraging modern HTML5 web technologies, Turbulenz enables everything from simple 2D games to console quality games in the browser without the need for a plug-in.

For further information, please visit


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