Addictive iPhone Game Orbital Now Available For Free in iTunes App Store

Rapperswil, SWITZERLAND - December 1, 2009

Bitforge Ltd., the Swiss-based mobile games developer, today released a free“lite” version of their hit iPhone game Orbital.

Orbital is the definitive 1-thumb experience on the iPhone with one simple goal: score points by destroying orbs. A simple puzzle game designed for all ages, Orbital features beautiful graphics and addictive gameplay that can be enjoyed in short bursts wherever you are.

The lite version, available now on the iTunes App Store for free, allows you to try out the game’s single player mode up to a limit of 15 points. The multiplayer trial is unlimited so you and a friend can enjoy Orbital endlessly on one iPhone.

“We’ve chosen to offer the free version of Orbital because of lessons learned from cigarette companies and crack-slingin’ corner boys,” said Reto Senn, COO of Bitforge.“If you give the customer a taste, they will come back for more.”

Check out the gameplay trailer here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNqVvIbroRA

Download the app here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/orbital-free/id336305171?mt=8

To download the press kit: http://orbital-game.com/press/presskit_free.zip

About Bitforge Ltd.

Bitforge is a premier mobile game and applications developer located in Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland. Established in 2004, Bitforge has earned a reputation as a standout company in the mobile entertainment sector by developing games and applications according to high standards and a commitment to value and quality.

Sam Dalsimer, TriplePoint for bitforge

212-730-9744

sam@triplepointpr.com


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