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NinjaBee Studio Releases Outpost Kaloki

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NinjaBee Studio Releases Outpost Kaloki September 18, 2004 – (Pleasant Grove, Utah) – NinjaBee Studio, a division of Wahoo Studios, (http://www.NinjaBee.com) announced that their space station tycoon style game, Outpost Kaloki, has successfully been released. Outpost Kaloki features a family oriented design with all the challenge of managing your own space station. Keep your visiting aliens happy, keep your attractions in working condition, and money (and maybe love with a beautiful princess) will follow. Outpost Kaloki combines a very simple interface with the game play of a complicated strategy game. Each space station has a number of “spokes” that you can build attachments to. Each attachment fulfills a specific need, such as social interaction, business, energy production, and maintenance. Most objects are designed to produce revenue, but some, like solar collectors and repair bays, are designed to keep your station functioning. If you can meet the demand of your customers while maintaining all your structures and energy production you will be on your way to victory. This non-violent strategy game can be enjoyed by everyone in the family. Outpost Kaloki is simple enough for children and challenging enough for any adult. With funny dialogue and compelling graphics it will have even the worst business person predicting supply and demand as they race towards financial success. Best of all, you can download Outpost Kaloki free from http://www.NinjaBee.com in a matter of minutes. NinjaBee Studio, a division of Wahoo Studios, is dedicated to bringing retail quality family games back to the online market. Outpost Kaloki is the first of many games from NinjaBee designed to bring fun for everyone age six to sixty and beyond. Find out more at http://www.NinjaBee.com.

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