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Age of Pirates: Caribbean Tales now supports modding

Latest patch meets fans request for modifying

Amsterdam, December 18, 2006- Today, game publisher Playlogic Entertainment, announced the release of patch 1.5 for its PC game "Age of Pirates: Caribbean Tales."

The most significant feature of the new patch is the ability players have to 'mod' the game. This means that most scripts can now be modified, enabling fans of "Age of Pirates: Caribbean Tales" to personalize their version of the game. They can create entirely new quests and maps, change interfaces to their liking, and give the game a whole new look.

This feature has been enabled to answer to the fans request for a modifying ability. Dominique Morel, Chief Technology Officer, said "Thanks to this 'modability', the only limit is the talent and the imagination of the fans. We are eager to see with what they will come up with. "Age of Pirates: Caribbean Tales" is about to become even wider and richer than before."

Next to modifying, patch 1.5 boasts improved performance and stability. Numerous game interfaces, such as the colony capturing interface, have been overhauled or completely redesigned to ensure better usability. Features such as the item and quest generator have been made more efficient, helping to make each playthrough an even more unique experience.

Patch 1.5 can be downloaded at Full release notes containing information on features and requirements can also be found there.


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About Playlogic:

Playlogic Entertainment, Inc. is an independent publisher of entertainment software for consoles, PCs, handhelds, mobile devices, and other digital media. Playlogic, established in early 2002, publishes game concepts across various genres. The company distributes its products worldwide through all available channels, online and offline.

Playlogic, who currently has approximately 75 employees, is listed on the OTC BB under the symbol "PLGC" and is headquartered in New York and Amsterdam. Its internal studio is based in Breda (The Netherlands).

Playlogic's portfolio includes games that are being developed by a number of studios throughout the world as well as games developed by several teams at Playlogic Game Factory, Playlogic's in-house development studio based in Breda. Currently, 10 games on 13 platforms are under development, including "Age of Pirates: Captain Blood," "Ancient Wars: Sparta," "Infernal," "Xyanide Resurrection" and the "Red Bull Break Dance Game."

Playlogic is always looking for additional, high-quality games and acquires products that can be exploited in the complete value chain of digital entertainment products from games at retail to mobile games and digital TV.

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