For Immediate Release
(Santa Monica, CA)– Friday, January 4, 2008– GSN.com kicks off the new year with a new online casual game that asks the question: HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH?
Based on the new GSN television series premiering Tuesday, January 8 at 9 PM ET, GSN.com’s HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH? pits gamers against three other players and the“Money Clock” in a test of strategy, psychology, and nerve. The goal: grab as much green as you can without being the greediest in the game.
Gamers each secretly buzz in to stop the“Money Clock” (which counts up or down, depending on the round) only the greediest gets no points. Players who play it too safe will find themselves falling behind as the stakes are raised throughout each of the game’s five“Money Clocks”. The fifth clock counts up to 5,000 and introduces its final twist, both the least and the most greedy players add nothing to their point total. The two players with the most points“banked” at the end of the game then proceed to the“Final Face Off” to see who emerges victorious.
At the end of the day, everything in life comes down to one simple question: HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH? Think you know the answer? Log onto GSN.com or click here to find out: http://www.gsn.com/minigames/minigame.php?id=32
As with all of GSN.com’s free mini-games, gamers can hyper-link HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH? to share the fun with their friends. GSN’s games portal hosts a multitude of mini-game favorites as well as series-based originals like CHAIN REACTION, THAT’S THE QUESTION and LINGO. Other popular GSN.com games in the casual game space include Bloons, Fizgig!, Wizard’s Spell and Phrase Frenzy.
GSN is an industry leading, interactive game content provider distributing competition-related programming to its 66-million subscriber cable television network and its casual and skill-based online games portal, GSN.com. As the premier television network for games, GSN produces some of the most popular original game show series on air. GSN.com features all types of game play: flash games for fun, skill cash game tournaments and free downloadable games. GSN is distributed throughout the U.S. and Canada by all major cable operators, satellite providers and telcos. The company is jointly owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment and Liberty Media Corporation. For further information, visit GSN’s press website at corp.gsn.com.
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