February 11th, 2013 - Nicalis, Inc., developer and publisher of independently awesome video games announces a partnership with
developer, Pelikan13. Nicalis will publish the tentatively titled The ‘90s Arcade Racer. Originally planned for Windows, OS X and Linux, The
'90s Arcade Racer will appear on additional platforms: iOS, Android and Wii U. Already a successful Kickstarter campaign, six days remain on The ‘90s Arcade Racer.

"There was a simple reason why I started this project, 'What if a racing game with old school principles was built using today's technology'. I know we can achieve that goal," said Antonis. "Working with Nicalis, we can release on more platforms, including Wii U. Nicalis will also support with Unity programming, physics, tuning and general design and production of the game."

About Nicalis, Inc.
Based in Southern California, Nicalis, Inc. is an independent developer and digital publisher with a proven track record for developing and publishing well-polished games. Founded in 2007, Nicalis continually seeks to enhance, and improve the quality of video games throughout the game industry. Nicalis, Inc. is committed to developing wildly creative and endlessly awesome. The ‘90s Arcade Racer continues Nicalis’ partnerships with ultra-talented and super-awesome independent developers. Previously Nicalis has teamed up with Edmund McMillen, (The Binding of Isaac), Studio Pixel (Cave Story, Ikachan, ), Nicklas Nygren (NightSky), Terry Cavanagh (VVVVVV) and 8bits Fanatics (1001 Spikes).

About Pelikan13
Internet fans might know Antonis Pelekanos as Pelikan13, the developer partly responsible for the Sonic Fan Remix. A professional 3D artist by trade, Antonis was accepted into the University of Fine Arts in Greece, he postponed his graduate studies to enter the game industry and has since worked with Acclaim Studios, Team 17 and more recently Relentless Software and Sumo Digital.
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