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Katies Cards Challenges the Highly Competitive Ecard Market and Creates their First Interactive Birthday Ecard “˜Game’

July 30, 2011

There is increasing demand for greeting cards to be more customizable and interactive, offering the added value of a two way experience, resulting is a shift to sending personalized Electronic Greetings Cards, and Ecard Games.

Teddington, Middlesex (PRWEB) July 29, 2011

There is increasing demand for greeting cards to be more customizable and interactive, offering the added value of a two way experience, resulting is a shift to sending personalized Electronic Greetings Cards, and Ecard Games. Many people are now choosing to send environmentally friendly e cards instead of traditional paper greetings cards in an effort to challenge climate change and reduce their carbon footprint. This has lead to a higher demand for more diverse Ecard styles. To meet this need, Katies Cards director Katie Davies has diversified the range of cards on offer and has now launched a new Birthday E card game.

The Birthday Ecard game is designed for children and requires the player to save their birthday cake from the cake eating monsters, by setting a variety of booby traps and obstacles to stop them from reaching the cake. The game is high quality, entertaining and is quite addictive, bearing up to multiple plays. There is a pink version for girls and blue for boys.

The Cake Game joins a growing selection of E card games that have been released by Katies Cards over the past year, including Christmas e card games such as “ËœLob the leader’ which allows the player to hurl snowballs at the British political party leaders. A “ËœTurkey Shoot Game’ which is fairly self explanatory, the “ËœChristmas Carol Game’ where the player has to catch money thrown out of a window by Scrooge and avoid the Humbugs. In addition to these there are also April Fools games: “ËœCard Trick’ which is mesmerizingly magical and the baffling and mysterious “ËœFace of Tamuz’.

E card games are a great way to send greetings to friends and loved ones at special times. They retain all the normal functionality of a traditional e card but also act as a card and gift, all rolled into one, entertaining the recipient as well as sending them a personal message.

Katies Cards is a small, family run e card company who have created over 160 different e cards to suit all occasions, tastes and ages. They charge a small subscription fee in return for unlimited access to every card they create and are adding new cards and game-cards all of the time. For more information and to preview the cards visit katiescards.com/

For more information:

Email: Racheal(at)katiescards(dot)com

Telephone: +44 208 274 2069

Facebook: facebook.com/pages/Katies-Cards/131480713601167

Twitter: twitter.com/#!/katiedavies

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