Dallas, TX - Oct 19, 2006 Premium casual game developer and publisher MumboJumbo today announced that Cubis 2, the sequel to the original hit puzzle game Cubis and previously only available online, is now shipping to the retail channel for the PC.
"Cubis 2 delivers the next dimension of classic 3D-esque matching games," said Mark Cottam, MumboJumbo's CEO. "It is highly rated by users and has all the great qualities we look for in a top-notch casual game."
Developed by Fresh Games and published by MumboJumbo, the highly addictive Cubis 2 has players matching colored cubes vertically and horizontally on a grid against the clock. Cubis 2 introduces three new puzzle twists with over 300 action-packed levels for hours of mind-bending fun. And three beautifully rendered themes with ambient animations also give Cubis 2 an exciting new look and feel. "In making Cubis 2 available through traditional retail channels we can reach folks that don't frequent the Internet. Plus all those Cubis fans out there will have a new way to give the gift of Cubis to their friends this holiday season," commented Stephan Smith, President of Fresh Games.
About Fresh Games
FreshGames, LLC –based in Columbus, Ohio was formed in 2002 by industry gamers and veteran marketers whose shared vision was to create cool interactive games to be played over the Internet, through handheld devices and across multiple platforms. FreshGames has won numerous awards for their original casual gamer content featuring Cubis and Word Mojo; and continues to lead with top selling games and licensing opportunities for leading interactive and online brand marketers.
MumboJumbo is a leading developer of games for online distribution and the preferred publisher of premium casual games for the retail channel. The company maintains strong relationships with leading retailers including Best Buy, CompUSA, GameStop, OfficeMax, Sam's Club, Target, and Wal-Mart as well as publishing relationships with Big Fish Games, Fresh Games, Funkitron, GameHouse, Hot Lava, iWin, Jamdat, Oberon Games, PopCap, RealNetworks, Reflexive Entertainment, Wild Tangent and many others. A wholly owned subsidiary of United Developers, LLC, MumboJumbo is based in Dallas, TX. For a complete list of the company's game offerings geared to all ages, go to www.mumbojumbo.com.
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