A Big Apple Wedding With I-Play’s ‘Dream Day Wedding: Married In Manhattan’

July 2, 2008

IT’S A BIG APPLE WEDDING WITH
I-PLAY’S ‘DREAM DAY WEDDING: MARRIED IN MANHATTAN’ CASUAL GAME FOR THE PC

New Chapter Opens for Two New
York Brides This July

Uptown or downtown; sling backs or
sandals, New York City turns into a bride’s virtual paradise this July as I-play
announces Dream Day Wedding: Married in Manhattan, a new PC game available for
download next month. Over 50 million casual gamers have helped Jenny and Robert
plan their wedding and honeymoon, and purchase their first home in the
incredibly popular Dream Day series. Now, Dream Day Wedding: Married in
Manhattan lets players fall in love with two new couples in a gorgeous and
glitzy seek-and-find adventure that tries to pull off two very different
weddings in “The City That Never Sleeps.”

“Our Dream Day series has really
connected with the casual game player, and we are excited to expand the series
with Dream Day Wedding: Married in Manhattan,” said Don Ryan, Oberon’s COO and
head of I-play. “The introduction of a completely original script surrounding
two new couples enabled us to diversify the in-game challenges like never before
and we think fans will find Married in Manhattan a welcome edition to the
series.”

The game was designed and produced
by veteran casual games producer and designer, Cara Ely, who created the Dream
Day series. From the fashonista setting of the Upper East Side to fabulously
funky Greenwich Village, players choose which New York City wedding they’ll turn
into an affair to remember. Style, brains, and beauty converge across 42
challenging levels as players try to arrange a wedding that is quintessentially
New York. As the game progresses through 27 fantastic New York locations,
players can unlock two hidden honeymoon levels, as well as navigate through the
dramatic Wedding Crisis levels, in the hopes of creating a fairytale ending.

Dream Day Wedding: Married in
Manhattan will be available for PC download on July 24, 2008 at
www.iplay.com  as well
as other major casual games portals for $19.95.