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G5 Brings 6 Terrific Games In June To iOS, Mac and Android

Brain teasers, strategy and jaw dropping adventure games for gamers everywhere.

For Immediate Release

San Francisco, California– May 30, 2012– Leading casual games publisher, G5 Entertainment, today announces its June gaming lineup, featuring a series of terrific adventure and strategy games this upcoming June. The following are some of the key games for the month:

Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings (iOS)

When a mysterious painting of a spooky, old castle appears on the doorstep of Bella's house, her happy and peaceful life crumbles to dust. Travel through enchanted paintings and rescue imprisoned Bella's son in this amazing hidden-object adventure!

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The game was originally developed for PC by Fenomen Games.

Letters from Nowhere 2 (iOS)

In this spooky sequel, help Audrey confront the evil that haunts her beloved and prevent a series of grisly murders. Travel to the town of Nowhere and search for clues to remove the terrifying curse in this thrilling hidden object investigation, and finally find out how the mysterious story ends.

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The game was originally developed for PC by Awem Studio.

Fix-it-up: World Tour (Mac)

In this sequel to "Fix-it-up: Kate's Adventure", you must help Kate expand her car-repair empire around the world! Build car-repair shops anywhere from snowy Canada to steamy African jungles. And find out how the fascinating love story of Kate ends. Who will she choose– Steve or Martin?

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The game was originally developed for PC by World-Loom.

Jane's Hotel 2: Family Hero HD (iPad)

Jane's Hotel 2: Family Hero is the next installment in the wildly popular series of Jane's business ventures. After building her own hotel business, Jane is ready to buy back her family's chain of once glorious hotels. Explore the world's latest tendencies in hotel business and help Jane make her hotels in France, England, Japan and on the Canaries prosperous!

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The game was originally developed for PC by Realore Studios.

CrossWorlds: the Flying City (Google play, Kindle Fire, Nook)

Travel though parallel worlds with Monica in search of her father, Professor Dumbdore, who mysteriously disappeared after inventing a teleport device! Investigate Robot World, River World, and the Flying City and track down Monica's father in this exciting adventure game.

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The game was originally developed for PC by Two Monkeys.

Letters from Nowhere (Google play, Kindle Fire, Nook)

In the game you join Audrey on the search for her missing husband. Letters from Nowhere is the complete package, filled with puzzles, beautifully unfolding story and wrapped with pleasant environments.

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The game was originally developed for PC by Awem Studio.

For further information, visit G5 Entertainment's website, G5 Entertainment's YouTube channel, G5's Facebook, Google+ and Twitter pages. Marketing materials for the games are available at ftp://ftp.g5e.com/PR.

More information about the company can be found at: www.g5e.com/corporate. For additional information please contact: press@g5e.com.

About G5 Entertainment AB

G5 Entertainment AB is a developer and publisher of high quality downloadable games for iPhone, iPad, Android, PC, Mac, Kindle Fire and portable game consoles like Sony PSP and Nintendo DSi. G5 develops and publishes games that are family-friendly, easy to learn, and targeted at the widest audience of experienced and novice players. G5 owns a number of popular game franchises like Virtual City, Supermarket Mania, Stand O'Food, and Mahjongg Artifacts, and invests in creating new games and bringing established franchises to new gaming platforms.


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