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Nicholas Lovell joins nDreams Board

Farnborough, Hampshire - 19th June 2007

nDreams Ltd, the casual game developer/publisher formed last year by former SCi and Eidos Creative Director, Patrick O'Luanaigh, today announces the appointment of Nicholas Lovell as Non-Executive Director. Lovell is CEO of the fast-growing Internet service GameShadow, and was previously Chief Financial Officer of ShopSmart, which was sold to Barclaycard in 2001. He also spent eight years at Deutsche Bank, both in equity research and corporate finance and was managing director of Lodestar Partners providing financial and strategic advice to the games industry from 2003 to 2006.

Patrick O'Luanaigh, CEO of nDreams said,

"After nine months of focused development, we're ready to move to the next stage of our ambitious plans for nDreams. We believe that Nicholas will help us achieve these goals, and having someone of his stature and experience as part of our management team is a very positive step for the company."

Nicholas Lovell said,

"Patrick set up nDreams with a vision of producing engaging interactive stories that will redefine the perception of "casual games" and broaden the market to attract more female gamers. I have no doubt that he will succeed and I am immensely excited to be part of the future of nDreams."

For further information, please contact:

Patrick O'Luanaigh

+44 1252 375754


Nicholas Lovell


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About nDreams

nDreams is a developer/publisher focused on creating unique casual titles. They currently have three projects in development; female-focused casual adventure Venus Redemption, an unannounced 'Parody Game' which will launch later in 2007, and an online story-related project. As well as PC development, they are approved Xbox 360 developers and also have plans to take Venus Redemption onto the Nintendo Wii and DS. nDreams were formed by Patrick O'Luanaigh in 2006. nDreams are based in Farnborough, Hampshire.

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