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Fruitbash Announcement


Place: Dortmund, Germany

Date: 24th of September 2010


Dear representatives of the press


After the August release of“Solar Struggle” ( www.solarstruggle.com) on Xbox Live Indie Games, Z-Software GmbH wants to present their new project“Fruitbash”.


“Fruitbash” is a so called“match-3 puzzle game”, in which - as the name suggests - the player must collect at least 3 identical fruits in a row.


The game runs on Xbox 360 and offers 20 missions and 5 challenges in the singleplayer mode and a multiplayer part, where the player can interact with up to 4 friends online or on one Xbox. The game is already in playtest and will soon appear on the Xbox Live Indie Games marketplace for 80 points. The website www.fruitbash.com will go online in the next few days.



    <*>20 singleplayer levels <*>5 unlockable singleplayer challenges with highscore <*>multiplayer mode with until 4 player

* 6 multiplayer levels

* Xbox Live support

* Avatar support


We look forward to every press request and will distribute game keys for the press when the game is released. Simply ask for a key.

Best regards

Andreas Heldt

About Z-Software GmbH:

Z-Software GmbH is an independent game development studio in Dortmund, founded in 2008. Besides the development of videogames Z-Software GmbH also offers motion capture as a service. The team of z-software was responsible for the games "Doxan" (PC), "Handball Simulator 2010 - European Tournament (PC) and" Solar Struggle "(360). In the German indie-gamescene, Z-Software is also well known for their organization of the“Spieleentwicklertreff.NRW” an important convention for young game developers.

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