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Tantalus announces new PSP title!

December 2005

Tantalus is happy to announce that it is developing MX vs ATV Unleashed: On the Edge for Sony's PlayStation Portable. The project is a collaboration with Rainbow Studios, and will be released by THQ early in 2006.


Tantalus at AGDC

December 2005

Today marks the start of the annual Australian Game Developer's Conference. Tantalus will once again be represented at the conference, held this year at Federation Square in Melbourne.

Click here to download the company's AGDC Press Release.


SpongeBob coming to PSP

December 2005

Having successfully shipped SpongeBob SquarePants: The Yellow Avenger on DS, Tantalus is happy to announce that the game will also be making its way onto PSP early in 2006.


SpongeBob SquarePants: The Yellow Avenger

SpongeBob ships!

November 2005

SpongeBob SquarePants: The Yellow Avenger shipped today for Nintendo's DS platform.


SpongeBob Coming to DS!

November 2005

Tantalus is pleased to announce its partnership with THQ and Nickelodeon to develop an all new SpongeBob title for Nintendo's DS. The game will be on the shelves later this month.



Anaka to Air on Nickelodeon Network

July 2005

The Tantalus short film Anaka has been selected to air on Nicktoons in August. American viewers can tune in on Friday August 26 at 9pm (PDT). The program will also be simulcast here on the web.



Anaka Selected for Film Festivals

July 2005

The Tantalus short film Anaka has been selected to appear in the Nextoons and Fantoche international film festivals.


State of the Handheld Industry

July 2005

Tantalus CEO Tom Crago features in this round table discussion of the state of the handheld video game industry.

Click here to read the article.


Top Gear Rally

Top Gear Rally Exposed

July 2005

Dissecta at ACMI present "Top Gear Rally Exposed" on Tuesday 12th July. Tom Crago, John Szoke and Paul Seedy discuss the game, art, programming and production of Tantalus' 2003 hit game.

Click here to visit Dissecta.


E3 a Success

June 2005

Tantalus has returned from E3 pronouncing the show a great success. N-Gage title Payload featured prominently at the Nokia booth, and the Tantalus Meeting Room and Display Pod remained a hive of activity throughout the three days of the show.


Tantalus at E3

May 2005

Tantalus is off to E3 as part of the biggest ever Australian game industry contingent.

Click here to download the company E3 press release.


Anaka at St Kilda Film Festival

May 2005

Our short film Anaka has been selected to appear in the St Kilda Short Film Festival later this month! Its selection in this prestigious festival is recognition of the films status as one of the countrys finest in its genre.


Metal Shell

Metal Shell PSP

May 2005

Tantalus today announced that its original IP Metal Shell is destined for the PSP platform in 2006. Originally conceived for PS2 and Xbox, Metal Shell is now being developed for handheld.

For more information and to view a teaser movie, visit



Tantalus Announces Anaka

May 2005

Tantalus today announced Anaka, a ground-breaking title for Nintendo DS. This new IP has come to life initially as a short film, developed in partnership with Melbourne studio Act 3 Animation.

For more information, and to see the film, visit


Tantalus off to GDC

March 2005

Tantalus will be well represented at this years GDC. The company will showcase preliminary work on DS and PSP, and will continue to promote Payload on N-Gage.


Payload Website

February 2005

The preliminary website for the game is now live!

Click here for more.



Payload Announced

January 2005

Tantalus and Nokia today announced that they are partnering to develop Payload, a first-party title that is exclusive to N-Gage. The announcement came at a Press event in Whistler, Canada.

Download the Nokia Press Release here.


Tantalus on DS and PSP

January 2005

Tantalus today confirmed that it has high profile titles in development for both Nintendo DS and Sony PlayStation Portable. Announcements regarding all titles will be made later in the year. Tantalus continues to support GBA and the current generation of handhelds.


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