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Pocket Creatures

Update which features a new mini-game called 'Bug Control'.

COPENHAGEN - July 6, 2010

Tactile Entertainment, the indie developer behind recent iPhone hits Pocket Creatures and Crazy Test, announced its newest free update for their lovable pet simulator, bringing the count to three since its successful debut in May. The update features a new mini-game called “Bug Control”, taking inspiration from classic App Store line-drawing hits, and boasts a slew of new achievements and more to go along with it.

“Bug Control” is just the third in a series of ongoing updates planned by Tactile, and it features a suite of improvements, including compatibility with iOS 4, higher resolution for iPhone 4 retina displays, and a new pair of sunglasses to give your creature that cool Fonz look.

“Previous updates have given players the ability to foster stealthy ninjas, create ghosts, and have introduced new mini-games but we’re not stopping here, we’re committed to expanding the world of Pocket Creatures and giving users more game for their buck,” said Asbjoern Soendergaard, Founder and CEO of Tactile Entertainment. “Pocket Creatures gives players the choice to raise their creature however they like, along with tons of mystery, intrigue – and comedy! – across the creature’s island home. Besides, now that Lost is over, don’t you need a new mysterious island?”

About Tactile Entertainment

Founded in 2009 by individuals from all across the gaming industry, Tactile Entertainment is focused on creating new gaming experiences for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch platforms. Tactile Entertainment is based in Denmark, Copenhagen. For more information please visit:

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