Puzzle your way home in this new PC/Mac adventure!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Skövde, Sweden– November 9th, 2009. Bob Came in Pieces is a 2.5D puzzle adventure game with a lot of great puzzles and rebuilding capabilities of your flying ship. The game has unique rebuilding possibilities where you collect ship parts and modules throughout the whimsical levels.

-“We are having great fun creating Bob Came in Pieces and we are having fun with the play testers all the time when we see how much they enjoy the game and create crazy ship designs.”, says Joel Nyström Producer at Ludosity Interactive.

The Beta of Bob Came in Pieces will be available 1st of December for purchase on www.ludosity.com’s homepage for a discounted price. Everybody who purchases the beta will also get the full game when it is released in February 2010. The early birds will benefit from this and also support the development of the game. Ludosity believes in involving the community as early as possible and with this kind of move they can get feedback early and thus create a better game for the gamers.

Ludosity Interactive has previously created Serious Games with various big companies such as Volvo and the Swedish Rescue Service Agency. Ludosity is also working on several new ideas that will start pre production this year. More information on future projects will be announced early 2010.

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For more information and a playable version of Bob Came in Pieces, please contact:

Daniel Kaplan, CEO

daniel.kaplan@ludosity.com

+46 733297238

About Ludosity Interactive

Ludosity Interactive is an independent developer of computer and videogames for multiple platforms. The company was founded in 2008 and believes in creating games with focus on the core game mechanics, creating games that will last longer. Ludosity Interactive is a licensed developer of the major platforms. For more information please visit www.ludosity.com


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