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Discworld Gaming goes mobile

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Birmingham, UK - Blue Sphere Games Ltd, a leading developer and publisher of mobile phone games and content, will release its plans for 2005 at Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles from May the 18th outlining its excellent range of both branded and own branded titles. These will be release steadily over the course of the year and are designed to allow mobile content retailers to address all areas of the mobile phone user market; from the most casual mobile phone user, to the hardest core of mobile game players.

The titles to be released as own branded will include "3D Golden Warrior", the first J2ME JSR 184 compliant action adventure game for a mobile phone, "Burning Skies" a true old school arcade shoot 'em up and "Astral Pinball", the first in Blue Sphere Games' "Reality Pinball" series.

Blue Sphere Games will also be announcing licenses to produce games based on Coca-Cola, Terry Pratchett's Discworld novels, Scott Adams' Dilbert cartoon and the popular UK children's cartoon characters Dennis the Menace and Gnasher from the comic The Beano. More details will be made available during the E3 Trade Show.

Blue Sphere Games' product development plan includes a portfolio of games, logos, wallpapers, animations and screensavers. The first items of content from this brand portfolio will be available from May 2005. David Bozward, Chairman of Blue Sphere Games Ltd. says: "The range of games and supporting content we intend to offer, is designed to allow any mobile content provider to address any mobile customer. Blue Sphere Games is mobile fun for all."

About Blue Sphere Games Ltd.

Blue Sphere Games ( is a mobile services software house, developing JavaTM games, content and services for the mobile industry. The company was started in early 2002 by a group of mobile professionals who have been creating mobile and JavaTM services for over eight years. Blue Sphere Games currently have a large portfolio of working JavaTM games, with several concepts in production. These games are currently successfully deployed in partnership with a number of mobile operators and service providers throughout the world ensuring profitable worldwide distribution. The company currently has offices in the UK and China. Blue Sphere Games is exhibiting at E3 in the UK State of Play Pavilion in the West Hall on Stand 2316.

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