It’s Alive! eGames Ready to Unleash The Dracula Files

LANGHORNE, Pa., October 15, 2009– Casual games publisher and developer eGames, Inc. (Pink Sheets: EGAM) announced today that the company wrapped PC development of vampire-themed hidden object adventure The Dracula Files this week. Slated for online distribution beginning the week of October 18, the Gothic adventure will be available on and most major casual game websites before Halloween.

“We can’t think of a better time to release The Dracula Files than Halloween,” said eGames Vice President, Sales and Marketing Rich Siporin.”The game represents our most ambitious internal project to date and we are eager and excited to deliver The Dracula Files to casual game and vampire fans in the coming weeks.”

Following the adventures of a new generation of vampire hunters, The Dracula Files finds its reluctant heroes facing werewolves, vampires, and dark spirits in a globe-spanning search for cursed objects and holy relics. The game’s development can be followed in a bi-weekly developer’s blog on, along with The Dracula Files Facebook page and Twitter page at

“After nearly a year of development, Dracula is ready to rise once more,” said eGames Product Manager Greg Zesinger.“Excitement has been building over the past several months for the game, and we hope fans have prepared themselves appropriately to tangle with the lord of the vampires. Garlic, holy water, and sharpened stakes should all be kept close at hand when playing The Dracula Files.”

About eGames, Inc.

eGames, Inc., headquartered in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, develops and publishes casual games for the PC, Nintendo DS and Wii, iPhone, and the Internet including The Dracula Files, Burger Island®, Burger Island 2: The Missing Ingredient, Defender of the Crown: Heroes Live Forever®, Purrfect Pet Shop®, and more. Additional information regarding eGames, Inc. can be found at

eGames Contact:

eGames, Inc.

Greg Zesinger, Product Manager

(215) 750-6606 (Ext. 111)

eGames, Inc.

Rich Siporin, Vice President Sales and Marketing

(215) 750-6606 (Ext. 129)

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