Astraware Releases Its First webOS Games

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Astraware, one of the top mobile game developers worldwide, has introduced its first two titles for HP’s webOS.

Astraware Sudoku is an award-winning version of the very popular puzzle game. It offers a wide range of features, including a unique Puzzle of the Day.

Astraware OddBlob for webOSFirst released for smartphones earlier this year, OddBlob is a puzzle-arcade game entirely created from modeling clay, and featuring both Strategy and Panic modes.

Availability & Pricing
Astraware Sudoku and OddBlob are available now on the on-device webOS App Catalog. They are currently selling at the special price of $2.99, but the regular price will be $4.99 each.

These games are playable on the Palm Pre and Pre Plus. Support for the Palm Pixi will be added later.

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Astraware and Palm
Astraware has a long history of working with Palm. Zap!2000 was the first color game released for the Palm OS, and for several years each new Palm smartphone offered at least one Astraware game bundled along with it.

When Palm released the new webOS, however, its new operating system was not well suited for gaming. This changed a few months ago, when the PDK development kit was introduced, giving developers greater access to some of the core functions of webOS. This lead to the creation of Astraware’s first games for the platform.

Astraware intends to bring a number of its other games to the webOS platform, as well as working with its partners to add to the range of casual games available in the Palm App Catalog.




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