Brighthand Weekly Gaming Roundup

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Astraware has officially relased Word Mojo for Palm OS and Pocket PC devices. The application is available now for $14.95.

Astraware has also announced a new partnership with Mumbo Jumbo. Astraware will be porting some of Mumbo Jumbo’s games to Palm OS and Pocket PC devices. The first titles expected to be released include Equilibria (an arcade-style challenge), Chainz (a puzzle game), and Snowball Run (75 levels of adventure). The games are expected to be released in January, and will feature high resolution graphics as well as music and sound effects based on Astraware’s Auroroa sound system. For more information, visit the Astraware web site.

G-Prime Clickgamer has released G-Prime, an arcade-style shooting game reminiscent of Galaga for Pocket PC devices. Gameplay features include offensive and defensive powerups, as well as stylus and keypad controls. The game also has16-bit graphics and high quality sound effects and music. G-Prime is available now for $9.95 at the Clickgamer web site.

The developers of the FlyZip compression software for Palm OS devices have released their first game, called FlySyn. It has been described as an “addicted brain bursting puzzle game” and includes 40 levels of gameplay. Current FlyZip customers are eligible for a 30% discount off of the regular price of $9.95. For more information, a free demo, or online purcase, visit the FlyZip web site.

Finally, two more games optimized for the Tapwave Zodiac have become available this week. Green Myste is a roleplaying adventure, and TakTik is a fast-paced puzzle game.Developed by Lennard Feddersen and now available for $24.99, Green Myste features eighteen levels, seventeen creature types, and an estimated 60 hours of gameplay. TaKTik, developed by Kickoo, is a chess-like tactical game that featurs an interactive tutorial and wireless gameplay with an opponent via IR or Bluetooth. The game is now available for $12.50. For more information about these and other games for the Tapwave Zodiac, visit the Tapwave web site.



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