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  Intergrow Inc. announces The Project “S”
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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

Happy Holiday Special announcement!

JAPAN – Jan 06 th, 2013

The Japanese publisher of critically acclaimed hit titles such as SteamWorld Dig and Mighty Switch Force hereby announce Special Project “S”.

A special teaser site has been created which will steadily release more information on the project as development continues.

From the early 2014 Project “S” will increasingly slice and slash into public awareness - so keep your eyes peeled for our new updates!

What is Project “S”?

It’s from Japan.

Stay tuned.

About Intergrow:

Intergrow is a Japan based publisher of game and entertainment software for domestic and overseas markets: designing, producing and selling games for a wide variety of platforms.

For more information please visit  

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