Complex Games partners with U of M Faculty of Nursing on EMÜD


Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada – 14 January 2011 – Complex Games has just launched the website for a new project EMÜD, a virtual world and game being developed under partnership with Dr. Roberta Woodgate, Research Chair for Child and Youth Health and Illness at the University of Manitoba Faculty of Nursing.

EMÜD is a virtual world being designed to support Dr. Woodgate’s research on children suffering from cancer. Further details about the project can be uncovered at the EMÜD website at, the first major release of the title is planned for early 2nd Quarter 2011.

“We’re thrilled to be working with Dr. Woodgate on this groundbreaking project”, said Noah Decter-Jackson, Complex Games’ CEO & Creative Director, “Working on EMÜD not only presents a number of exciting challenges, but gives us the rare chance to develop something that might make a real positive impact on the lives of children suffering from cancer.”

Complex Games is a Canada New Media Award Winning Studio (winner of the 2010 Award for Best Web Game). They are the largest video game company in Manitoba, and have been working on interactive titles since 2002. They build engaging interactive experiences for creative firms and the world’s largest brands, including Sony, Sharp, and the CBC.

For more information contact:

Noah Decter-Jackson
CEO, Complex Games Inc.
Phone: (204) 417-9482

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