Thrilling Build-a-lot 4: Power Source Available On Nook Now, Care of G5 And HipSoft

For Immediate Release

San Francisco, California – February 28, 2013 – G5 Entertainment and HipSoft today announce that the award-winning Build-a-lot 4: Power Source is now available on Nook. Build-a-lot series has become one of the most popular casual games on the market and an absolute must have for fans of time management / building sim games. Initially released on PC and then on iOS, Build-a-lot 4: Power Source has topped all casual game charts and made it into the Quality Index's Top 10 games list of December 2012. Players all over the world have already developed millions of successful real-estate empires – now it's your turn, Nook users.

After learning how to construct homes, malls and restaurants, it's time for you to invest in green energy. In Build-a-lot 4, you'll be building solar towers, wind farms and even nuclear power plants to make your cities sustainable and prosperous for generations. Watch out for blackouts, though, as building too fast can result in a system overload. So take it slow, plan ahead and manage your energy resources carefully. If your buildings are not supplied with enough energy, the whole neighborhood will remain without electricity and you won't be able to collect any rent. Also, keep in mind that wind farms have the smallest negative footprint, while nuclear plants have a correspondingly massive negative impact on the community, but produce much more energy. You will need to keep an eye on the list of goals, and use your strategic thinking to complete each task, while overseeing power reserves, neighborhood appeal, materials and condition of houses. To "go green", your neighborhoods need eco-chic shops, solar-heated swimming pools, bike paths and more. Do whatever it takes to build the most energy efficient city in the world!

The game provides hours of strategic game play with 68 levels and tons of goals to complete. Casual and Campaign modes let you enjoy Build-a-lot 4: Power Source at your own pace. Variety of campaigns to work your way through – Tutorial, Main, Challenge and Expert modes will prolong the game life and offer tons of replay value. Develop your own real-estate empire and make it glow in Build-a-lot 4: Power Source.

The game is developed and published on Nook by G5 Entertainment under license from HipSoft LLC.

Key Features:

  • Two game modes – casual and campaign
  • Four big campaigns to work your way through
  • 68 challenging levels to keep you on your toes
  • Numerous eco-friendly building upgrades
Build-a-lot 4: Power Source is available for download on Nook Tablet, Nook HD Tablet and Nook HD+ Tablet today. Gamers can try the game for free and buy the full version for $2.99. Originally the game was developed for PC by HipSoft LLC. Build-a-lot 4: Power Source is also available on iOS, Google Play and Kindle Fire.

Game trailer:

Build-a-lot 4: Power Source for Nook


When: Today, February 28, 2013


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Build-a-lot 4: Power Source for Nook

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About G5 Entertainment AB

G5 Entertainment AB is a developer and publisher of high quality downloadable games for iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac, Kindle Fire, and Nook tablets. G5 develops and publishes games that are family-friendly, easy to learn, and targeted at the widest audience of experienced and novice players. G5 owns a number of popular game franchises like Virtual City, Special Enquiry Detail, Supermarket Mania, Stand O'Food, and Mahjongg Artifacts, and invests in creating new games and bringing established franchises to new gaming platforms.

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