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Scarabeus: Pearls Of Nile

Rotating dial puzzler arrives on iPhone tomorrow, with Asteroid Miner and Liberty Wings to follow in September.


21st July 2010: Digital Reality today announced that the company will be releasing three games for iPhone and iPod Touch developed by Catmoon Games: Scarabeus: Pearls of Nile on July 22nd and Asteroid Miner and Liberty Wings on September 3rd , each priced at £1.79. Digital Reality is becoming an online publisher, having previously had over 20 years experience developing major releases such as the Imperium Galactica and Haegemonia series, Desert Rats vs Afrika Corps and Platoon.

Scarabeus: Pearls of Nile is based on the award-winning game released for PDA in 2006, and is a colourful and creative puzzle title. Players must learn to manipulate rotating dials to allow balls to be directed around an interlinked maze, finally uniting sets of four balls of the same colour to release the scarab beetle in the centre of each dial. With richly detailed graphics inspired by Ancient Egypt, this is a highly challenging logic puzzle.

Asteroid Miner is a game of exploration and adventure where puzzling meets resource management. Based on the concept of the classic eighties game Dig Dug, the goal is to mine and collect the treasures hidden on the asteroid under the watchful eye of First Asteroid Miner Incorporated. Further asteroids to explore are to be provided as an in-app purchase.

Liberty Wings is a classic shoot ’em up: the player assumes the role of an Air Officer in the US Navy during World War II tasked with destroying the elements of a German Atom Bomb Project through six distinctive locations. With over 18 scenes within the six worlds, players will battle the enemy from the sky in both air combat and bombing modes.


For further information, assets and access to review codes, UK media should contact:

Tim Ponting, Renegade PR Ltd, tim@renegadepr.com or visit www.renegadepr.com for information about how to access assets.

About Digital Reality

Originally founded under the name of Amnesty Design in 1991, and with 20 years experience in game development, Digital Reality is now becoming an online publisher.

The company’s first game, Reunion, was released on Amiga and PC in 1991, and in 1994 the company began work on the Imperium Galactica series. The company’s other popular published games include: Haegemonia- Legions of Iron, Platoon, and Desert Rats vs. Afrika Korps.

Having secured private funding, Digital Reality is today publishing games across all platforms, from downloadable console titles, to browser-based and mobile games.

Digital Reality is the game service company that combines original gameplay and creative freedom from studios with a long term online relationship with customers.

For more information, please visit www.digitalreality.eu.

About Catmoon Games

Catmoon Games Ltd. is located in Europe, and has produced casual games for the international market since 2006.The Catmoon philosophy is to make easy-to-play games that are easily accessible, and provide the highest entertainment value. Catmoon makes entertaining products for both PCs and portable devices, such as top 10 US games Floating Kingdom and Mystic Gallery.

In 2010, the company has expanded its product line-up with new iPhone and iPad games, all with the same high quality and excitement levels Catmoon customers have come to expect.

© 2010 Digital Reality. All rights reserved.


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