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Alawar Entertainment announces the release of Farm Frenzy for iPhone

July 13, 2009

Alawar Entertainment announces the release of Farm Frenzy for iPhone

Alawar Entertainment, a leading publisher of casual games, today announced the release of the iPhone version of Farm Frenzy. Users of the popular iPhone platform can now play one of the most successful casual games in history and put their abilities to the test in the award-winning farming sim.

Released in November 2007, the PC version of Farm Frenzy was an immediate chart-topper at Real Networks, Oberon, MSN, BigFish Games, Pogo, iWin, Reflexive and other portals. By early 2008, Farm Frenzy had become one of the best-selling games Alawar had ever published.

The Farm Frenzy sequel quickly outperformed its famous predecessor. Just one week after its release, Farm Frenzy 2 was already in the Top 10 at The addictive and entertaining farming sim also became a chart leader on Real Networks, Oberon, MSN, BigFish Games, Pogo, iWin and Reflexive. And in early 2009, Farm Frenzy 2 received the prestigious iParenting Media Award for Best Computer Program for Kids and Families.

Alawar Friday's Games, an internal studio of Alawar's, developed the iPhone version of Farm Frenzy. The team managed to port the game with virtually no changes to the high-quality graphics and gameplay. Farm Frenzy is controlled using the Apple iPhone's touch-sensitive screen, making the game even easier to play than the PC version. All the player has to do to plant grass, collect products or send a truck to market is touch the game field.

The rest is classic Farm Frenzy: players maintain and develop their farm, breed sheep and cows and fend off bear attacks. To thrive in their business, players must improve existing structures and purchase new ones.

"We're excited about bringing Farm Frenzy to Apple's revolutionary iPhone platform," says Kirill Plotnikov, vice president of publishing at Alawar. "Every iPhone, iPhone 3G and iPod Touch user can now play it. At the moment, we're completing work on another mobile title -- an arcade cooking sim called Gourmania. I hope casual players will like it as well."

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