Christmas themed video game helps with recession blues.


LAS VEGAS, NV - Dec 1, 2009 - JV Games Inc. is pleased to announce that Christmas Clix, rated "E" for everyone, is now available on WiiWareTM .

Christmas Clix is a casual family friendly game for the Nintendo Wii TM , with all the Christmas cheer included to help combat the recession blues.

Christmas Clix is an arcade puzzle game similar to the play style of Bejeweled TM or Tetris TM. The goal of Christmas Clix is to decorate the Christmas tree by quickly removing the colored presents and ornaments that Santa stacks. You will also be rewarded with candy canes and gold coins that unlock the mini-games or power-ups.

At a price of 1000 Wii Points ($10.00), it is only one-fifth the cost of an average video game, and can fit in anybody's tight budget this year.

"Christmas Clix is so colorful and full of sugarcoated goodness it can cheer anybody up in these hard times. Its simple game play is perfectfor the whole family, you just find yourself smiling and wanting to play a little longer," says Jag Jaeger, JV Games VP.

About JV Games Inc

JV Games Inc. is an independent developer of computer, console, and handheld video games. Headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, JV Games has been developing premier titles since 1989.

All rights reserved. JV Games, Christmas Clix! TM , and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of JV Games Inc.

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For more information on Christmas Clix or how to buy, visit JV Games' homepage and product information at

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