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There's big fun to be had in Tiny Worlds



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE



Alexandria, Va. - May 15, 2006 - Alawar Entertainment, a leading publisher of casual games for the PC, has released Tiny Worlds, an arcade puzzle offering in which you guide sheep, puppies and other helpless animals safely home. Along the way, danger awaits in the form of hungry wolves, sharks and more. You must place arrows along the right path to steer the scrambling creatures to safety before time runs out. You can also lead enemies into deep wells that are home to terrible things.

Tiny Worlds contains a massive 250 levels spread across five unique game worlds. Even better, easy controls, three difficulty levels and non-violent gameplay make Tiny Worlds an offering the entire family can enjoy. Visit www.alawar.com to view screenshots and download the free trial version of Tiny Worlds. You can also purchase the full version online for $19.95.

The full version provides:
Free upgrades to newer versions
Full technical support
Unlimited play time

About Alawar Entertainment
Alawar Entertainment has been publishing and distributing casual PC games online since 1998. The company also runs a network of online game stores and supplementary businesses ranging from a game banner network to a newsletter service. Additionally, Alawar works closely with dozens of leading casual game portals including RealArcade and Yahoo! Games. The company's development partners include Aliasworlds, makers of the popular Snowy the Bear series, and Magic Ball creators Dream Dale. For information about becoming a developer partner, email partners@alawar.com. To inquire about selling Alawar's games, visit www.alawar.com/partnership/.

CONTACT INFORMATION:
David Laprad
david@alawar.com
615-597-8128

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