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JamParty: Remixed

"Like" the music game's Facebook page and be in with a chance of winning the game.

Minneapolis, MinnesotaMarch 15, 2011 – Zivix LLC, a developer leveraging innovative technology through peripherals, real musical instruments and software, announced a new Facebook contest for JamParty: Remixed , its groundbreaking music creation/rhythm game. Simply by registering, players are entered for a chance to get their hands on a copy of the game for free.

Getting involved in the contest is easy! All you need to do is ‘Like’ the game’s Facebook page and enter your email address, and you’ll be in the running to score a free copy of the game and a T-Shirt. So what are you waiting for? Register today for your chance to own the most unique music creation game around!

JamParty: Remixed enables anyone to become an instant producer, mix-master, and lead guitarist. Players can transition their mastery of traditional rhythm-based music games into actual player-controlled live music creation using JamParty: Remixed’s gigantic library of chords, beats, vocals, and soundscapes.  Users can create and play songs, then share their music with other players as MP3s or upload to listening devices and social networks. features a new community that allows for a profile and hosting of your favorite MP3’s with a direct connection to share on Facebook. Within this community, players can find additional downloadable music, tips, tricks, and cool videos.

JamParty: Remixed is available now for purchase through as well as at retailers nationwide everywhere games or music gear is sold. Players can also look forward to future editions of JamParty coming later this year to home gaming consoles everywhere.

For more information on JamParty: Remixed please visit or join us on Twitter and Facebook. For media inquiries regarding JamParty: Remixed or Zivix, please contact Job J Stauffer ( and Steven Hopper ( for more information.


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