Legacy Interactive Spreads a Fever You'll Want to Catch

Los Angeles, CA, July 16, 2007 -- Legacy Interactive®, a leader in games for the mass market, today announced the release of Fever Frenzy, a wacky romp through medical mayhem. Developed by Rainbow Creatures, Fever Frenzy is designed to appeal to fans of service-style games who enjoy strategy and quick action. Fever Frenzy will be released initially on Legacy's popular game portal, www.legacygames.com, and soon afterwards will be sold on most major downloadable game websites.

"At Legacy Interactive, we have a rich history of creating realistic medical simulations. Fever Frenzy isn't one of them! We had fun coming up with the wackiest medical conditions we could think of, and wrapped it all up with a funny story line about curing an 'unusual' outbreak," said Ariella Lehrer, President of Legacy Interactive. "We hope our customers will enjoy this change of pace."

We hope our customers will enjoy this change of pace.

Take care of some of the strangest patients you'llever meet in this fun twist on popular service style games. Cure patients with baboonic plague, bipolarbear disorder, mother goose bumps, 3rd degree sideburns and many more, each with their own personalities and voices. Watch them graphically transform as you cure them! The game takes place in four different medical settings -- a busy city hospital, children's hospital, jungle clinic, and mental ward, each ending in a special mini-game. Customize one of two selectable characters by increasing your speed, charisma or other attributes, or uncover the rare and powerful special abilities you receive by beating each hospital level. Conquer all 40 levels in order to save the world from the funniest outbreak ever!

"Fever Frenzy is Legacy's third game launched in 2007, after Pet Pals: Animal Doctor (aka Petz Vet), and The Apprentice Los Angeles. And we have five more outstanding games in the hopper for later this year. We hope that we continue to surprise and delight our customers with all our new games," said Ariella Lehrer, President of Legacy Interactive.

Starting July 20, Fever Frenzy will be free to try for 60 minutes or purchase for $19.95. In addition, Legacy Interactive is offering a special promotion, in which the first 50 customers to purchase the game will also receive a "vintage" Red Cross first aid kit, an additional value worth $12.95. For more information about the game and promotion, please visit www.feverfrenzy.com.

About Legacy Interactive

Legacy Interactive is a dynamic leader and seasoned innovator in the world of casual gaming. Entertaining customers since 1998, the company has built a reputation for developing intelligent, realistic and entertaining games for a broad audience. Located in Los Angeles, Legacy is well-known for its TV branded games such as Law&Order and The Apprentice, as well as for its popular simulation games such as Pet Pals: Animal Doctor, Emergency Room, and Zoo Vet. In June, 2006, Legacy launched a downloadable game portal at www.legacygames.com, from which customers can "try before they buy" more than 500 different casual games. Featuring innovative community tools, Legacy's members can read and write reviews and share "Playlists" of their favorite games while perusing the popular site. Legacy has ongoing distribution, marketing and content strategic partnerships with a number of companies, including Mark Burnett Productions, Universal Consumer Products, Ubisoft, Mindscape, Scholastic, and Prentice Hall, as well as all the major downloadable game portals, such as Yahoo, RealArcade, Big Fish Games, and others.

Legacy Interactive can be found on the Web at www.legacyinteractive.com.

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