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elkware releases Christmas edition of the world’s most popular mobile phone puzzle game

Wednesday 1 December 2004/... As Christmas fast approaches, Europe's leading independent mobile phone game developer elkware today announced the imminent release of the Christmas edition of their massively popular mobile puzzle game 'Gem Jam'.

Take a break from all the turkeys, puddings and gift-shopping chaos and decorate your mobile with 'Gem Jam Christmas'. This time round, instead of gems you must arrange Christmas Trees, stars, bells and baubles without letting them build up too far, getting combinations for bonus points.

Jan Andresen, managing director of elkware GmbH, said: "Gem Jam is one of our most popular titles, so we are delighted to bring out an edition in celebration of Christmas. With mobile games becoming ever more popular, this new game will make a great 'virtual stocking filler' gift. elkware wishes all our players a merry Christmas."

Gem Jam Christmas Edition is now available to preview on the elkware press server.

UK media - for further information or to set up a b2b preview account please contact:

Deborah Coster / Emma Cowie @ Barrington Harvey

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European media - for further information please contact:

Dieter Marchsreiter / Peter Steinlechner @ Between Us! Marketing, PR & more

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USA media - for further information please contact:

Kit Ellis @ Kohnke Communications

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About elkware: www.elkware.com

elkware GmbH, established in 1994 and headquartered in Hamburg/Wedel with subsidiaries based in Los Angeles and London, is a leading global publisher and developer of mobile games. elkware has maintained a successful working relationship with all important international mobile phone manufacturers and service providers and offers the largest portfolio of J2ME games for all popular end devices worldwide. This includes own IP like the million seller "Gem Jam", branded content from MTV, Adidas or BMW as well as top mass media licenses like The X-Files or Pamela Anderson.

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