San Mateo, Calif.– Nov, 4, 2010– Table Game Selection, a compilation app from Hudson Entertainment that includes classic game favorites such as Chess, Backgammon, Reverse and Connect Five, is now available Apple App Store.  Gamers can now enjoy these classic games on the iPad solo or with a friend by sharing the same device.  The games are now available in one package for $4.99.


Table Game Selection is a fun and simple way to enjoy games that have been favorites for generations. For Chess and Backgammon, movement is as simple as dragging the pieces to the desired position; for Reverse and Connect Five, it’s tap and move. If the player makes an error, it’s a simple fix– selecting“Do Over/Undo” and the player will be back where he or she started.  The single player experience is just as engaging: gamers can challenge themselves on the run by selecting from up to three different difficulty levels.  The game also features compatibility with OpenFeint, allowing players to connect to their OpenFeint profile to keep track of scores or view rankings globally or locally.

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