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Morpheme In Develop Awards Double


5th September 2005. London, UK. Morpheme Wireless, one of the worlds leading mobile developers took the awards for Best Mobile Studio and Innovation (for Bluetooth Biplanes) at the prestigious Develop Industry Excellence Awards. Held at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington on 31st August, the awards are where Europe's most creative developers are rewarded by a jury of their peers.

"Obviously, we are incredibly pleased to have received both of these awards" said Matt Spall, Morpheme's Managing Director. "Morpheme has worked hard to make our games as technically innovative and original as possible, and we've built a suite of tools and engines which we believe will allow us to continue doing so further into 2006 and beyond."

Morpheme Wireless is the only mobile studio to bag a brace of Develop Awards and the first studio to win an award outside of the specific mobile categories. These awards add to the company's collection, having picked up a BAFTA earlier this year, also for Bluetooth Biplanes.

Develop is the games industry's leading trade magazine for game developers and an essential source of news and wisdom for all game development studios.

The awards coincide with the launch of ' Croc Mobile - Jungle Rumble', Morpheme's self-published isometric game, which uses their ISE Engine to bring the classic console hero to mobile.

Morpheme Wireless also unveiled their new 'Bodybag' engine last week, as featured in their forthcoming beat 'em up Blazing Fists. The Bodybag engine is an incredible system for animating characters more fully than any other current system available for mobile phones

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About Morpheme Wireless Ltd. -

Formed in 1999 and based in London, England, Morpheme Wireless is one of the worlds leading developers of cell-phone based entertainment products. Recent releases include the BAFTA winning Bluetooth BiPlanes, Phantom Mansion Origins and Balloon Headed Boy with his 32 levels of rubberised madness, and in its guise as developer, Morpheme has developed The Fast and The Furious for I-Play, Poker Million: Texas Hold'em for Player One and The London Tube map for Transport for London. In addition to its current portfolio of games Morpheme developed and maintains MorphMark, a revolutionary benchmarking application that in 2005 will see a substantially improved public release making it the definitive system for testing application performance of Java handsets.

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