OBJE Developer Novalon Games Posts Alpha Version of Game 2 Demo

OBJE Developer Novalon Games Posts Alpha Version of Game 2 Demo

SARASOTA, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- OBJ Enterprises (OTCBB: OBJE) and its development partners Novalon Games are giving gamers a sneak peek at their next big project: An early test version of their new puzzle-based mobile gaming app is now available to play online.

The new game—Stupid Pixels—is an open-ended, puzzle-based strategy game that recalls motifs from the classic "Lemmings". We plan on bringing this classic, popular, and always-fun game-style to mobile devices. In a new twist, the game will include an innovative social aspect that will encourage gamers to challenge other players to solve the game's puzzles in new ways, allowing for multiple solutions per level.

“This game is being designed to be interactive and easy to learn, but challenging,” said OBJE CEO Paul Watson. “Each puzzle will allow for multiple solutions and cooperation to help keep players focused and engaged.”

Please visit www.novalongames.com to play the alpha version of Stupid Pixels and leave feedback.

The new game could soon become the partnership’s second mobile gaming app to be released on the Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL  ) and Google (Nasdaq: GOOG  ) Play app markets. The first, Phantasmic, is currently in pre-release beta testing. Both are based on the increasingly popular free-to-play (FTP) business model popularized by games such as The Simpsons: Tapped Out.

Obscene Interactive is a division of OBJ Enterprises, Inc. that is working to develop innovative gaming products alongside companies such as Glu Mobile Inc. (Nasdaq: GLUU  ) and The9 Limited (Nasdaq: NCTY  ) .

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About Obscene Interactive

Obscene Interactive, a subsidiary of OBJ Enterprises, Inc. (OBJE), is an emerging global developer of social gaming applications. OBJE's cutting-edge technology platform enables its titles to be accessible to a broad audience of consumers all over the world, supporting multiple platforms for universal appeal. Obscene Interactive is focused on delivering the best in social gaming solutions to the mass market. For investment information and performance data, please visit www.ObsceneInteractive.com/investors.html.

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