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Dark Nebula HD released

Popular iOS title gets a facelift and Android support

For immediate release

Free Lunch Design, a Swedish developer of mobile games, today announced the release of Dark Nebula HD - Episode One. The original release of the well-known game has attracted millions of players around the world. The extended version will be available in App stores as of the 25th of June.

Originally created by 1337 Game Design in 2009, and acquired by Free Lunch Design in 2012, Dark Nebula Episode One has been highly praised by both critics and fans. The new release includes, in addition to HD graphics and tablet support, twelve new complimentary and challenging levels.

Said Jimmy?man, lead designer:“I’m very excited to finally give the fans what they have been asking for, a game that looks and plays stunningly on tablets. Furthermore, I hope they will enjoy the twelve new levels while waiting for the announcement of Episode Three”

The game will be available worldwide for iOS App Store and Google PLAY at the 25th of June. The iOS version will have a price tag of $1.99, with an introdoctory price of $0.99. The Android version will be free with ads, with an optional in app purchase to remove ads.

Dark Nebula HD - Episode One is available at:

iOS App Store: http://bit.ly/dn1hd-ios

Google PLAY: http://bit.ly/dn1hd-android

Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGqebP3z99k

About Free Lunch Design

Headquartered in Gothenburg Sweden, Free Lunch Design is a leading developer of internationally acclaimed games for multiple platforms. The company has produced more than 70 games for PC/Mac and iOS/Android, including the hits Icy Tower and the Dark Nebula series, played by over 45 million people all over the world. Free Lunch Design aims to keep innovate and develop games that will stick like glue in your hands, no matter what platform or genre.

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