Macclesfield, UK– August 10th, 2009– and Jormy Games are pleased to announce the release of an iPhone and iPod Touch game designed to let people play Texas holdem poker games with others by sharing a single device.

The game was created in particular response to the increasing popularity of pass’n’play games, where only one device is needed to conduct a gaming session between players. A lot of poker players out there who wish they can play poker with each other but do not wish to carry a large poker set around will find this release much to their delight. This game will relieve them from the need to shuffle cards, keep track of money or have a dedicated dealer, but will faithfully simulate the fun of a poker game.

"You can now play poker anywhere, with a single iPhone and iPod Touch. No worries about chips, missing cards, improper shuffling, or coin disputes.” says Yose Widjaja, founder of Jormy Games.“Just a good old' texas holdem poker game, in one device."

Hover Poker is available now for USD$2.99 from the App Store on iPhone and iPod Touch or at<> .


Notes to Editor

Release date: August 10th, 2009

RRP: $ 2.99

Capability: iPhone, iPod Touch

About JORMY GAMES: Jormy Games is an Australian game development entity dedicated to creating innovative apps and games to mobile platforms

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