Cerebral Vortex Games To Develop iPhone Game“Ghost Breaker” With Funding From Ontario Media Development Corporation

ST. CATHARINES, ON– February 10, 2009– Cerebral Vortex Games Inc., a St. Catharines, Ontario-based developer of casual videogames, is pleased to announce that they have been granted funding from the Ontario Media Development Corporation’s Screen-based Content Initiative.

The funding will be used to develop a prototype iPhone/iPod Touch game, codenamed“Ghost Breaker.” More details on this action-horror title will be revealed at a later date.

“The Screen-based Content Initiative is funding 60 projects chosen from over 330 proposed projects by 167 different companies. Our game is one of the lucky 60, and one of only six videogame concepts approved,” said Keith Makse, President of Cerebral Vortex Games.“Once again, our games stand out from the crowd.”

“The iPhone offers many opportunities for innovative gameplay,” said Jason MacIsaac, Design Director with Cerebral Vortex Games.“That’s why Ghost Breaker is a natural fit.”

About Cerebral Vortex Games

Established in October 2006, the St. Catharines, Ontario-based Cerebral Vortex Games is a developer of games for casual audiences. Previous titles developed by CVG include Word Burst and the click management game Ice Cream Dee-Lites, which are available at the company’s website.

Cerebral Vortex Games’ premier title, Ambush! Trivia, was a finalist in Telefilm Canada’s Great Canadian Video Game Competition.

The company webpage is located at www.cerebralvortexgames.com.

For press inquiries, contact:

Jason MacIsaac, Design Director/Public Relations

jason@cerebralvortexgames.com

416-875-9805

For business opportunities, contact:

Keith Makse, President/Executive Producer

keith@cerebralvortexgames.com

905-341-4263

About Ontario Media Development Corporation

More information about OMDC can be found at:

http://www.omdc.on.ca/Page3283.aspx


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