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Announcing the Final Best in Show Solitaire Alpha

Wilmington, Delaware– April 20th, 2011– It’s time to wag more and bark less! Graduate Games’ Best in Show Solitaire alpha is available to download and play for free on the game’s website. Best in Show Solitaire is an addictive casual card game currently in-development for PC, Mac and Linux. This is the final free alpha of the game and includes tons of new features as the game gets closer to release.

Best in Show Solitaire features over 40 different breeds, unique abilities for each dog, RPG elements, a pet store, achievements, and a light-hearted story about becoming the top dog trainer in the region by winning

Best in Show. The game will be available for Pre-Order soon and will be discounted during the Beta.

This is your last chance to play the game for free. All you need to do is sign up for the final alpha at http://www.graduategames.com/dogsolitaire/alpha.php

For more information, screenshots, and videos of Best in Show Solitaire, please visit the game's website: www.bestinshowsolitaire.com

About Graduate Games

Graduate Games is small two-person company that was founded in 2006 by Michael Gnade and Zachary Gebelein in Wilmington, Delaware (The place to be somebody! That is really the city's slogan). Mike and Zak grew up next door to one another and have been friends since they were four. Our game studio, Graduate Games offers fun, creative, and polished games for the kid in all of us.

To learn more about Graduate Games, please visit our website: www.graduategames.com

Contact:

Michael Gnade

Graduate Games

302-766-7955

mike@graduategames.com

http://www.graduategames.com?

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