Prize for Most Innovative Game Awarded to Mousechief Co.

San Francisco - This week's Casual Connect Contest, 'Innovate '07', awarded it's Special Nominations prize for Most Innovative Game to "Dangerous High School Girls In Trouble!"

Mousechief Co. is honored to be selected for this brand new award from the casual game industry. We feel "Dangerous High School Girls in Trouble!" is an industry breakthrough. It exemplifies gameplay suited to genres of fiction where conflict is not bloody. It has fine production values for its miniscule budget. Terrific artwork crowns real music from the 1920s, a story of epic satire, and gameplay that would make your ancestors blush. Rated: TEEN, using the T.I.G.R.S. rating system.

A demo of "Dangerous High School Girls in Trouble!" is now available at the Mousechief.com website. "We've built the first RPG for advanced, casual gamers and current RPG fans."

About Mousechief Co.

Founded in 2003, Mousechief is lead by a 15 year veteran of the gaming industry. Working with talents of fine-art illustrators and established musicians, Mousechief crafts unique, interactive experiences for all sorts of gamers.

We put mischief in your mouse.

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For more information about Dangerous High School Girls in Trouble!:

Contact: Keith Nemitz

Company: Mousechief Co.

E-mail: keithn et mousechief dit com

Company site: http://www.mousechief.com

Company logo: http://www.mousechief.com/bigMClogo.png

Game site: http://www.mousechief.com/dhsg/index.html

Game logo: http://www.mousechief.com/dg_cameo.gif

Screenshots:

http://www.mousechief.com/dhsg/ss/ss01DHS.jpg

http://www.mousechief.com/dhsg/ss/ss02DHS.jpg

http://www.mousechief.com/dhsg/ss/ss03DHS.jpg


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