Complex Games Inc. Announces Skipping Stones for the iPhone

WINNIPEG, Manitoba– December 8, 2009– Complex Games Inc. is proud to announce their first self-published game for the iPhone, Skipping Stones, is currently in production and will be soon be available for sale on the iTunes store.

A promotional video can be seen at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Complex-Games-Inc/63708653788 Skipping Stones is a casual recreational game that you can play on your iPhone or iPod Touch.

“Skipping Stones is going to make a splash on the iPhone”, said Noah Decter-Jackson Co-founder and Project Director at Complex Games,“the game combines relaxing gameplay mechanics that simulate actually skipping stones across the water in several beautiful settings. Skipping Stones will instantly appeal because of its lush environments and enjoyable music. Players can just relax or challenge themselves and their friends to make the longest skip!"

Walk down to the beach and toss your cares away with the simple motion controls, or compete against other players online to make the most skips.

Some of Skipping Stones features include:

· Several Beautiful Landscapes

· 3 Different Challenge Modes

· Compete with other Players Online via Open Feint

Skipping Stones is slated for release by the middle of December 2009.

About Complex Games Inc:

Complex Games Inc. is an independent game development company based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. We focus on developing stunning gameplay experiences for a variety of platforms, including Facebook, Wiiware, the iPhone, and other web-based networks.

At Complex Games, we're skirting the edge of digital play, pixel by pixel, one byte at a time.


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