Oct. 22, 2009 - G5 Entertainment announced today that Mahjongg Artifacts®: Chapter 2, an award-winning, richly detailed puzzler, is now available in North America for PlayStation®Portable and PSP®go.
Mahjongg Artifacts: Chapter 2 weaves a thrilling storyline into the ancient tile-matching game of mahjongg. In Quest Mode, players embark along with the main characters on an epic adventure, finding artifacts along the way. Classic Mode offers basic mahjongg gameplay in a wide selection of layouts, and Endless Mode challenges players with an ever-rising tower of game pieces.
Mahjongg Artifacts: Chapter 2 has already captivated players on iPhone and PC, with the iPhone version receiving a Silver Medal from PocketGamer.co.uk. The luxuriously detailed puzzler is right at home on the PSP, where the beautiful graphics, rich audio and gorgeous backgrounds truly shine. Diverse tile sets incorporate the traditional styles of a number of countries, sweeping players away from the rush of modern life.
Game features include:
• 25 levels in Quest Mode
• 99 additional levels in Classic Mode
• Thrilling Endless Mode
• Exciting Power-ups
Mahjongg Artifacts: Chapter 2 can be found in the PSP Minis section of the PlayStation Network Store, and downloaded with the PlayStation®3, PSP or PSPgo. The game can also be downloaded to PC with MediaGo software and installed to the PSP.
For more information about Mahjongg Artifacts: Chapter 2, please visit http://www.g5e.com/games/mahjongg_artifacts_chapter_2_psp. The Mahjongg Artifacts: Chapter 2 trailer can be found at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4sHSo1NVMs.
About G5 Entertainment
G5 Entertainment started as the world's leading mobile game development studio, developing games based on the most popular licenses for the leading mobile publishers. The company is now engaged in development of downloadable games for mobile, PC, home consoles and portable consoles.
Mahjongg Artifacts: Chapter 2© 2009 G5 Entertainment AB. Mahjongg Artifacts is a registered trademark of G5 entertainment AB. PlayStation®Portable and PSP®go are registered trademarks of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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