Astraware Announces Three Games for the Mac App Store

January 6, 2011

NEWCASTLE-UNDER-LYME, England, January 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ –
Astraware(R) today announced the availability of three games on the Mac App
Store – Astraware Solitaire, Astraware Mahjong, and OddBlob.

“We’re eager to extend our success with iOS gaming to the Mac,” said

Howard Tomlinson, CEO of Astraware. “We look forward to reaching even more
customers with our new games on the Mac App Store.”

Astraware is delighted to bring three of its classic family-friendly
games to Mac users. Astraware Solitaire includes 12 of the most popular
single-player card games, each with customizable rules, and a choice of card
backs and backgrounds. OddBlob is a fun arcade puzzle game where the graphics
were entirely created by hand from modelling clay, and Astraware Mahjong
takes the ancient tile-matching game and gives it a modern twist with 3D
graphics, more than 30 puzzle layouts, multiple difficulty levels and a daily
puzzle challenge.

Pricing and Availability

Astraware Solitaire, OddBlob and Astraware Mahjong are available today on
the Mac App Store, priced at $1.99 each. For more information and
screenshots, visit http://www.astraware.com/mac.

About Astraware

Founded in 1994 and incorporated in 2000, Astraware is a UK-based games
studio that develops, publishes and distributes games for a wide range of
smartphones and mobile devices. Some of the titles to come out of the
Astraware studio include multi-award-winning Astraware Sudoku, Tradewinds 2
(developed under license from Sandlot Games), and Pazzazz Games’ GTS World
Racing. Mobile gaming enthusiasts have downloaded more than 75 million copies
of Astraware’s products, and the company has customers in more than 100
countries. For more information visit: http://www.astraware.com. Facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/astraware. Twitter: http://twitter.com/astraware.

Astraware(R) is the registered trademark of Astraware Limited in the U.S.
and other territories. All rights reserved. All other trademarks belong to
their respective owners.

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