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Mobile+Pet: Silicon Seeds introduces a revolutionary title for mobile

Get ready and enjoy taking care of your virtual mascot on your mobile

Madrid, 9th of January 2006. The Spanish company Silicon Seeds, and the Studio Devilish Games are announcing the launch of My Mobile+Pet, in Spain, one of the funniest and most innovative videogames that has been developed nowadays.

Thanks to My Mobile+Pet we'll be able to have on our mobile a whole virtual pet, recreating in a realistic way all type of reactions that are going to surprise us, for example its behaviour, will reflect and depend on how we take care of it and how we educate it. But this new title includes much more possibilities that make it a game suitable for the general public.

We'll have to make sure that our mascot will be well fed, will be entertained, or that its mood will be maintained at the highest level possible. In order to do so we'll play with it and we'll give it candies. Besides, our mascot will have a development based on 12 different steps, each one corresponding to its humour, that's why the education part we are to embody is fundamental.

Can you imagine that it likes better one type of food than other, or that its personality can vary? Well with My Mobile+Pet you'll have to overcome these challenges just. It will bring to mobiles limitless entertainment and affection never seen before on this series of cell phones.

We can't neglect aspects like education, hygiene, or getting it used to reading when it's little so as to make him like reading books, or making him like eating vegetables. But not everything means obligations for our mascot. Giving him candies, reading him fairy-tales, making him playing ball or taking the best Picture of him will make him happy, and therefore it will make its owner happy as well.

Those and much more surprises is what My Mobile+Pet is hiding from you, one of the titles the more revolutionary and entertaining that has been Developed for mobiles nowadays.

At the moment the enterprise Silicon Seeds dedicates its work to the research of distribution enterprises of both Spanish and foreign contents that would welcome its product portfolios My Mobile+Pet.

For more information we invite you to view our specifications elaborated by our boys from www.movilgamers.com to the following website address:

http://www.movilgamers.com/juegos_movil.php?id=373,

where we'll be able to find screenshots, reviews and shopping zones.

If you want to see the Mobile+Pet's video: http://www.siliconseeds.com/videos/mascota.wmv

About Silicon Seeds:

Silicon Seeds (www.siliconseeds.com) is a new Spanish enterprise dedicated to the development and production of contents for mobiles, just as phones melodies, animations, themes, backgrounds and of course and basically, videogames. Mobile+Pet is one of the biggest bet of Silicon Seeds for this season, although other titles of its production are already available on the market like Lance y la Princesa Celdara (Lance and Princess Celdara) y El Tarot de Esperanza Gracia (Esperanza Gracia's Tarot).

About Devilish Games:

DevilishGames is a young videogames development group created in 1998 by David Ferriz y Francisco Ferriz. The team is composed of young artists, illustrators, designers, musicians and programers, united in order to create diversion. Devilish's main objective is to create original games, funny games, artistic games and games with personality so as to make them available to the higher number posible of people.

Distribuidor's Contact:

Juan Alfonsín - Product Manager

Mail: victan@siliconseeds.com

Phone: (+34) 902 877 622

Note: if you wish any type of information in order to make documentaries, interviews etc.

Jesús Lozano - CEO

Mail: jlozano@siliconseeds.com

Phone: (+34)902 877 622

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