MusiGames Studio Presents Leds!

RECIFE, Brazil– July 21, 2009– MusiGames, a leading developer of games and edutainment software, today announced the release of Leds! for Apple iPhone, iPod Touch and Google Android smartphones. The puzzle game challenges players to find out which words are displayed in a broken LED panel.

"Everyone looks to LED panels, so we decided to make them even more fun in a game," said Americo Amorim, CEO of MusiGames Studio. "When we go to places such as the doctor or the post office, we usually have to face long waiting periods in lines. This is always boring! We keep looking at LED panels, hoping the waiting ends soon. Now, with the game Leds!, we can also play with them on our iPhone, iPod Touch and even Android smartphones."

Leds! challenges players to discover what is being shown on a panel with some broken Leds. The player has to figure out the letters and numbers that are scrolled along the LED panel, with only 3 columns of Leds! working. The game gets progressively more challenging with two and then one column of Leds.

During the game, the Leds are displayed in different environment such as airports, hospitals, food courts, schools, stadiums and highways. The game includes more than 700 words that are familiar to each location and range from commonly used to more exotic ones.

Leds! can be purchased through the iTunes App. Store or Android Market for $0.99.

Leds! Lite, is also available as a free application, giving players a chance to try a demo of the game before they purchase the full version.

About MusiGames

MusiGames is a business unit of D'Accord Music Software, a leading developer of games and edutainment software. Its products including iChords and the Guitar Chord Dictionary are used by millions of people worldwide. For more information, please visit: www.musigames.com

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