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Demo Released For Delta Force(r): Xtreme

LONDON, UK (May 16th, 2005) - Entertainment software developer and publisher NovaLogic, Inc. today announced the release of a demo for the recently launched PC title Delta Force: Xtreme. The demo, which includes both a single player and a multiplayer level, gives gamers a taste of what to expect in the action packed game and can be downloaded from www.novalogic.com.

The single player level is called 'Flood' and puts gamers through their paces in the high mountains of Peru. In this level players have to fight to take control of a remote airstrip which is currently under the control of a drug lord. The multiplayer map is a snow based map with drivable vehicles. The game type supported is Team King of the Hill.

Delta Force: Xtreme was developed to offer gamers of all levels an easy pick-up-and-play FPS experience for an affordable price. The game includes 20 single player missions across 3 campaigns, 20 co-op missions and over 20 maps for online multiplayer games that support up to 32 players. Multiplayer game types include Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Team King of the Hill and more as well as STATS. In addition to this, Delta Force: Xtreme introduces drivable vehicles for the first time ever in a Delta Force game.

About NovaLogic

Founded in 1985, NovaLogic Inc. is a developer and global publisher of video games for the PC, PlayStation® game console and PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system and Xbox® video game system. Based in Calabasas, California, game franchises include Delta Force, Comanche, F-22 Lightning, Delta Force - Black Hawk Down and Joint Operations. For more information go to www.novalogic.com.

Contact:

David Halse

NovaLogic, Inc.

Tel: 0207 324 8900

Fax: 0207 324 8919

www.novalogic.com

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