HD Interactive, announces the release of its 11th title, Neptune, Oracle of Letters, available on iTunes and Color NOOK today

TAMPA, FLA., Sept. 13, 2011 — Mobile gaming is big business for HD Interactive, a Tampa-based web and mobile development company. HDI Games ( @HDIGames), a division of HD Interactive, announces the release of its 11 th title, Neptune, Oracle of Letters, available on iTunes and Color NOOK today.

Neptune is a new, original single-player word game designed specifically for the iPad, iPhone and Color NOOK. To score, users spell words and gain points as they race against a two-minute clock. Bonus points are awarded for connecting letters and longer words. In the crowded space of word games, Neptune provides a unique gaming experience with rich, colorful graphics and interesting sub-aquatic soundscapes.

“One of the biggest challenges with developing games is creating something new, edgy and creative that appeals to a lot of people,” said Sean Carey, CEO of HD Interactive. “At HDI Games, we strive to make every game unique and exciting, with different themes, new game play, and original soundtracks that create a rich experience. Neptune is easy to learn and fast paced, so regardless of your age and spelling skills, everyone can have fun playing.”

To learn more about HD Interactive and their games, visit http://www.hdinteractive.com.

About HD Interactive (HDI): Founded in 2002, HD Interactive develops online solutions, rich internet applications, and branded games for businesses across a variety of industries. HDI specializes in Adobe Flash, Flex and AIR solutions, Augmented Reality products, and mobile, multi-platform application development for iOS, Android and Blackberry. Today, HDI works with some of the world’s most recognized brands, including Adobe, Disney, Siemens, Hilton, Purina, Duncan Hines, Electronic Arts, Kodak and PWC.

Contact:

Kevin Hohl, Chief Strategy Officer

Phone: 727-420-9881

Kevin@hdinteractive.com  


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