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Playlogic Entertainment Announces iPhone AND iPod Touch Development Plans

June 9, 2009

Playlogic Entertainment Announces iPhone AND iPod Touch Development Plans

Veteran Publisher Extends Their Growing Console Business to the iPhone and iPod Touch Platforms

Playlogic Entertainment, Inc., an independent publisher of entertainment software, announced today that it has secured worldwide rights to publish for the Apple® iPhone™ and iPod® touch. This news follows the hiring of several staff to the Playlogic management team as well as the announcement of key partnerships with videogame veteran agencies Reverb Communications and U & I Entertainment.

"We plan to fully support Apple with a wide selection of new IP as well as our existing back catalogue of games," said Rogier W. Smit, executive vice president of Playlogic Entertainment. “Over the past year it has become apparent that the iPhone has moved from being just a mobile platform to becoming another console in the mix. This announcement provides additional insight into Playlogic’s aggressive roadmap for 2009, with a strong line-up on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii and now also focusing on the iPhone platform.”

“Our business is based on building great games. Adding another platform to the mix like the iPhone or iPod touch provides great revenue possibilities for Playlogic, and provides us with new customers to experience our games,” added Smit.

Playlogic’s newly announced App Store program will be managed by Reverb Communications which currently represents a number of highly successful iPhone publisher and developers including Publisher X and Pangea Software. Pangea is best known for their award-winning App Store titles Cro-Mag Rally and Enigmo which were recently named as two of the Top 20 all time best-selling paid Apple applications.

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