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Midway Launching Five Games for iPhone and iPod Touch this Month

January 19, 2008

Midway Launching Five Games for iPhone and iPod Touch this Month

Midway today announced that five games from the hit TouchMaster series will soon be available to download from the iTunes App Store for play on the iPhone and iPod touch. TouchMaster favorites Prismatix, Dice King, Combo 11, Carpet and Spellwinder are expected to be available by the end of this month for $0.99 US each, or in a TouchMaster Volume 1 bundle of all five for $3.99 US. The titles will be fully localized in English, French, Italian, German and Spanish, and will also be available in Europe for ç0,79 and 0.59 each, or for ç2,99 and 2.39 for the bundle.

Spellwinder - This is a word search game with a twist. Only adjacent letters can be used to create a word. Make words in any direction without using the same letter twice.

Dice King - This dice swapping puzzle is super addicting! Swap two adjacent dice to form matching combinations of three or more dice. Attempt to form the listed combinations displayed on the top portion of the screen and watch your score rise.

Prismatix - Prismatix is an easy to play hexagonal matching game. The wheel shows a color sequence. Try to eliminate gems by matching the sequence in any direction. As gems are cleared (up to four at a time) the wheel will shuffle and rotate, based on the number of gems used. Creating four links will award big points and also add to your spin multiplier!

Combo 11 - With face cards removed from the deck makes sets of 11. As cards are eliminated, you can press the "Next" button to add available cards to the playfield. If no moves are left, you can use "Jumble" to mix up the cards.

Carpet - A new take on the card game you know and love... Solitaire. The object of the game is to move all cards to the foundations where the aces have already been dealt. All cards from "the Carpet" must be moved to the foundations upwards by suit (i.e. 2 over A). Any "holes on the carpet," or gaps left behind by the cards that have been moved to the foundations, are filled by cards from the waste pile.

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