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Game Company to Donate Proceeds to Charity for Hurricane Katrina Two-Year Anniversary

Yatec Will Give 10% of Its Proceeds to the Louisiana Disaster Recovery Foundation

Baton Rouge, LA– August 23, 2007– Yatec, the Louisiana-based developer of PC puzzle game Enchanted Gardens and upcoming mind-teaser Brain Brain!, has announced it will donate a portion of its proceeds from game sales through its website, www.YatecGames.com, to commemorate the two-year anniversaries of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.

Between August 28 and December 31, 10% of Yatec’s proceeds from sales of Enchanted Gardens will be donated to the Louisiana Disaster Recovery Foundation, an organization committed to supporting Louisiana’s economic rebirth and those affected by the 2005 hurricanes.

“As a company founded as a result of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, Yatec is proud to assist the many still in need of support,” said Ben Lewis, Head of Marketing at Yatec.“Now players can help to rebuild Louisiana while they have fun restoring the gardens in our game.”

Enchanted Gardens is a fun-for-all-ages puzzle game in which players match tiles to grow grass and restore five beautiful gardens. The game combines a captivating puzzle experience with a unique Garden Builder area where players unlock decorations to customize their own gardens. Enchanted Gardens is available to download for Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista and Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later at www.YatecGames.com.

About Yatec

Yatec, LLC is a game studio headquartered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Formed in March 2006, Yatec develops PC and Mac games for the casual and serious game markets. As a beneficiary of the Louisiana Digital Media Tax Incentive Program, the company is dedicated to supporting Louisiana’s growing entertainment industry in the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.

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CONTACT:

Ben Lewis, Marketing and Sales

(225) 274-1550, Ext. 149

blewis@yatecgames.com

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