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Break bricks, not hearts, on Valentines


Dale City, Va. - February 11, 2005 - Alawar Entertainment, a leading publisher of casual games for the PC, has released a Valentine's Day Level Pack for Magic Ball II, the Web's number one game download.

The add-on includes 100 never-before-seen levels of 3D brick-busting action, six new animated characters and visual surprises that celebrate the beloved holiday of sweethearts the world over. The Valentine's Day Level Pack for Magic Ball II can be purchased for $14.95 and downloaded at www.alawar.com. You must own a registered version of Magic Ball II to play the Valentine's Day Level Pack.

Magic Ball II pays tribute to the arcade gameplay of Arkanoid, in which the player wipes out all of the bricks on the screen using a ball, a paddle and select bonuses. Cosmos Gaming hailed Magic Ball II as "a standout in the genre," while contributing writers for Game Tunnel gave it their Silver Award. Magic Ball II has also found success with players, who have made it the top offering on Yahoo! Games, RealArcade and GameXtazy.com.

Visit www.alawar.com to view screenshots, download a free trial of Magic Ball II and purchase the Valentine's Day Level Pack.

About Alawar Entertainment

Alawar Entertainment has been publishing and distributing PC games on the Internet since 1998. The company also runs a network of online game stores and supplementary businesses ranging from a game banner network to a newsletter service. Additionally, Alawar is working closely with leading gaming portals such as Real One Arcade, Shockwave, Big Fish Games and others.

The company's developer partners include Dream Dale, Aliasworlds Entertainment, Oxxo Media, Media Research Group, I-Nova Games Team and more.


David Laprad

Alawar Entertainment





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