Lost Luggage Studios "Anirah" Mac and Linux versions released

For Immediate Release

Scarborough Maine - September 4, 2010 - Lost Luggage Studios releases v1.2 of "Anirah: Riddle of the Pharaohs", an ancient Egyptian-themed puzzle game best described as, "Similar to MahJongg, but with math".

Not the typical Match-3 type of game, in Anirah you are given a target number and can select as many tiles as it takes to total that number.

Tiles can be selected if they can freely slide off the board - straight up, down, left, or right. You can make a match with three tiles, ten tiles, or even just one tile. The goal is to clear the board and proceed to the next round.

4 gameplay modes -- including timed modes and Dice Modes that generate new target numbers after each match.

3 Difficulty settings.

8 sets of tile graphics -- some allow "Ridiculous Mode" (without numbers drawn on them) for an extra challenge.

The not-very-secret Geek Mode to really twist your mind with binary and hexadecimal arithmetic.

Language Support -- Built-in support for multiple language files.

Multiple screen resolutions -- runs in 800x600 for compatibility with older machines and up to 1920x1200 for higher end machines.

Supports Apple Mac OSX (Snow Leopard), Windows 7 and Linux operating systems (32-bit&64-bit).

Anirah costs $9.95 and has a 30-minute trial demo. Download at www.LostLuggageStudios.com. If you currently own Anirah for Windows there is a smaller update package to the newest version available for free.

Lost Luggage Studios

An independent software and game developer based in Maine and established in 2008. Projects include many small software utilities and two games. Their goal is to create games that are fun to play and utilities that are easy to use and useful.

Contact Info:

Paul Belanger

Lost Luggage Studios, LLC

P.O. Box 14

Scarborough ME 04070-0014

Phone: (888)839-6420

Email: Paul@LostLuggageStudios.com

Web: www.LostLuggageStudios.com


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