Crazy Hamster now available on Ovi Store for Nokia Touch Phones

Sunnyvale, CA - September 6th, 2010 - Gamelion ( announces today that the popular mobile game "Crazy Hamster", featuring the funniest and craziest hamster ever, is now available on the Ovi Store ( for Nokia Touch Devices.

Crazy Hamster is an addictive casual game where the player's task is to help hungry hamster to pass through different levels full of traps and obstacles. The hamster is just running and unstoppable, the only way to save him from certain disaster is to use a limited selection of tools to neutralize the traps on his way.

"Crazy Hamster has been a huge success for us on other mobile platforms, especially among the younger and female audience and and we are excited to let the hamster continue his adventures now also on the latest Nokia Touch devices." says Sebastian Szczygiel, Vice President of Gamelion Studios.

The list of supported devices includes:

Nokia 5800, N97, N97 mini, X6, 5230, 5235, 5530, N8

And soon also: Nokia N900

YouTube videos:

Crazy Hamster for Symbian - In-game trailer

Crazy Hamster for Maemo - In-game trailer

About Gamelion

Gamelion is a creative studio focusing on casual games for all digital distribution gaming platforms, committed to creating success for its world leading customers. Since 2002 Gamelion has created engaging entertainment products for leading game publishers, media houses and handset manufacturers. The team creates entertainment with high production values and has a track record of delivering critically acclaimed titles based on well-known corner franchises of the global gaming industry. For more company information, visit and

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