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Play Games That Take a Minute

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Play Games That Take a Minute September 1st, 2005 – Oliver Pearl (http://oliverpeal.com) announced that games don’t have to use your whole day to be fun and relaxing with their release of Minute Match. A party-game for 1 to 4 players with single-button controls, where you battle against your friends or computer opponents in 5 frantic and colorful mini-games. In each game the players compete to score as fast as possible by collecting the good items and avoiding bad ones. Take the role of a cute animal such as a bounding sheep or tricky spider as you use the single-button controls to score and collect handy bonuses. Beware of malicious items or use spells to bother your opponents, but remember to keep one step ahead of the competition! The easy single-button gameplay not only makes the game fun for eveyone but also lets up to 4 humans play simultaneously on a single keyboard, gamepad, and mouse! With 5 mini-games to choose from Minute Match is the perfect way to spend the afternoon with some friends or challenge the family just before bed. It’s multiplayer and crazy fun for the whole family! Download the demo available at http://oliverpearl.com in English, French, German, Spanish, and Italian. Then we’ll see if you’re better than your little brother, your dad, and grandmother! About Oliver Pearl Oliver Pearl is an independent game development team located in France. Our products such as downloadable games, goodies, and e-cards are published via our website http://oliverpearl.com, and are mainly targeted to young audience. To reach a broader market the content of the website is fully localized in English, French, German, Spanish, and Italian.

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Not bad. I only played games A and B. One thing I didn't like was that I wasn't positive about the objective of the game, or which items were good and which were bad, until I had played each game once or twice. So I guess it's good once you know the game, but you should have some sort of information screen as well stating the purpose of each game and what each items do. Maybe you do have this, I'm not sure as I only played it a little bit and didn't really go through any of the options. Overall though, good job. I like the cute cartooniness of it, and the controls are simple. Fun for all ages! Good job

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