NotSoft Announces the Release of Wytches Brew

Oshawa, Ontario (NotSoft) May 1, 2010– After nearly 5 years since the start of development, Oshawa's premiere independent game studio NotSoft has finally released Wytches Brew– their pagan themed foray into the casual games market.

Wytches Brew features five modes of play, including an epic 52 chapter quest that has the player share a year long journey with 3 Wytches as they travel around their island brewing up magical potions for those in need. With four other play modes, including timed modes and modes with relaxed rules, Wytches Brew offers something for casual gamers of every skill level.

Unlike your typical Match 3, Wytches Brew challenges the player to make their matches in particular sequences as outlined by the game's recipe book. Success creates magical brews. Too many failures and the cauldron will overflow, ending the game.

"We normally develop action games" said Steven J. Hill (aka bignobody), the man behind NotSoft, "but about 5 years ago we decided to challenge ourselves– could we make a casual game that we would want to play? Given the amount of times we were testing out a particular feature only to find ourselves absorbed in the game, I would say we succeeded."

More infortmation about Wytches Brew can be found at the game's official website:

http://wytchesbrew.com

About NotSoft:

NotSoft ( http://notsoftgames.com) is an independent software company based in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada that has been creating both free and commercial games since 2005.

Contact:

Steven Hill, proprietor

NotSoft

905-579-1214

http://notsoftgames.com

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