BlackBerry® Aces Traffic Pack™ Released

December 11, 2009 - Concrete Software, Inc.®, a leader in innovative mobile content, announced today the release of Aces Traffic Pack™ for BlackBerry. The game joins the award winning line of Aces games for BlackBerry smartphones, and supports all recent BlackBerry handhelds, including the new Storm 2. The preview version, shown at the RIM Developers Conference in November 2009, received rave reviews, and the release of the full version is expected to turn heads as it raises the bar for the comprehensive look and feel of applications on BlackBerry devices.

Aces Traffic Pack is a puzzle game with unique display graphics, menus, and features. To solve each puzzle the user must strategically maneuver cars horizontally or vertically around obstacles to free their car from a traffic jam or parking lot. The full version offers six puzzle packs of varying difficulty, and 480 puzzles total. The game includes statistic tracking which counts your total number of moves and the time it takes to complete each puzzle. It also automatically records your lowest move count and best time, making it easy to compete against yourself or a friend.

Coming Soon

Concrete Software and the Professional Bowlers Association have partnered together once more to create a second version of the popular PBA game for BlackBerry smartphones. PBA 2.0 takes advantage of the Open GL 3D graphics engine on new BlackBerry devices. It is expected to be released at the beginning of the New Year.

About Concrete Software

Concrete Software creates innovative, high quality and easy to use software from personal productivity applications to games. Concrete Software supplies applications that run on virtually all mobile platforms including BlackBerry®, iPhone, Google Android, Windows Mobile, Palm webOS, and J2ME, and does so across many app stores, major operators, retail stores and anywhere else mobile software is sold. More information is available at www.concretesoftware.com.


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