Tri Synergy To Bring I LOVE Puppies! To Dog Lovers Everywhere

For Immediate Release

Sharon, MA, September 27th, 2007– Tri Synergy, Inc. ( is happy to announce that they will be bringing dog lovers everywhere some great arcade action with I LOVE Puppies!

In I LOVE Puppies!, anyone who can’t resist the adorable temptation of playing with new-born puppies can help bring them love and affection to be playful and happy. Just like a good mama dog, you can also teach them lessons they need to learn with fun and exciting puppy training programs.

Features of I LOVE Puppies! include:

    <*>Teach cute puppies lessons they need to learn with 8 Puppy Training Programs <*>Take good care of your puppy and keep him/her safe, happy and healthy with 6 Great Puppy Exercises <*>Play with your puppy with Fun Games <*>Earn a treasure chest of Rewards

I LOVE Puppies! will be available at, Gamestop, MicroCenter, J&R Computerworld,, and retailers nationwide in late September 2007.

Get more information on I LOVE Puppies! from Tri Synergy’s webpage.

About Tri Synergy

Founded in 1996 in Dallas, Texas, Tri Synergy is a computer and video game publishing company offering software developers an indispensable alternative to traditional affiliate label and licensing programs.

Tri Synergy actively encourages the creative process by relieving the developer of the time constraints inherent in managing the business factions of publishing a successful software title. Tri Synergy coordinates every key step for the developer including sales services, distribution, vendor relations, marketing, public relations, manufacturing, packaging, inventory management, fulfillment and more.

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