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DX Studio

Game design contest winner announced.

PRESS RELEASE for Immediate Release

Date: 23rd December 2008

The winning entries to the DX Studio Winter 2008 Games Contest have just been announced by Worldweaver Ltd.

First prize has been awarded to Richard Franklin for his game ‘Stewardess 19’ which is involves guiding a multifunction cleaning drone through levels. The judges really liked the well integrated graphics, great music and friendly UI that made for a really fun and well balanced game. Richard’s prize includes GBP 1,000 cash and a Commercial Pro DX Studio license (worth GBP 375).

The runners up prize went to ‘Meridian Core’ (a beautifully modelled fantasy game where you battle your way past monsters) by Michael Cook.

“The competition has been a resounding success and we have seen some fantastic talent emerge. It’s also been great to see the high level of diversity that has come out, though it has made the judging very tricky” said founder Chris Sterling.

All thirteen of the final entries are available to download and play for free from www.dxstudio.com.

“ENDS”

For further information please contact:

Bob Sterling,

Worldweaver Ltd.

T: +44 (0)1753 656884

E: bob.sterling@worldweaver.com

Editors notes

DX Studio is the flagship product of software developers Worldweaver Ltd.

Worldweaver Ltd was established in 1996 by Chris Sterling to develop PC games and high-end business GIS applications.

Development of DX Studio began in 2002 and the first version was released to market in 2004. Since then the user base of DX Studio has grown to around 30,000 worldwide. DX Studio licenses are available in both freeware and commercial editions (from £50).

Company Website: www.worldweaver.com

Product Website: www.dxstudio.com

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