Gameloft tapped for official Men in Black 3 game

Today’s turning out to be a pretty big day for the guys over at Gameloft.  After having just announced that they will optimize a number of games for the LG Optimus 3D Max, Gameloft has a new title on the way.  Look for an official Men in Black 3 game to arrive in time for the theatrical release at the end of May.  Expected to be a freemium app, the title will let players interact with some of the famous aliens from the MiB films as well as some of the popular tools and weapons.  Yeah, that means you get to play with the Noisy Cricket and the Neuralyzer.

Mark Caplan, VP Consumer Products for Sony Pictures Consumer Products, Inc., added: “Sony is thrilled to be collaborating with Gameloft on the creation of the new Men in Black 3 game.   Together, we have developed a game which will bring many hours of interactivity by giving fans keys to the expansive universe of Men in Black.  The mobile game is an important part of our marketing for the film.”

Expect to see some video and added details to trickle out over the next two months ahead of the May 25th release of Men in Black 3 at theaters around the world.

Press release

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