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Mix 'em, Swap 'em Match 'em: MiXem Launches!

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Mix 'em, Swap 'em Match 'em: MiXem Launches! January 11th 2006- Mooktown Games, www.mooktown.com, is proud to release their latest title, MiXem Deluxe. Mix ‘em, match ‘em, colorful fun abounds in this challenging puzzle game that brings movement and color to life. Dig through a maze of dirt and stone by using the ability to mix and match colors to clear the dirt from the tunnel and progress to find the key to the El Dorado, the lost city of gold. Yellow and red makes orange, anyone beyond third grade can do it! Mix together the colored bricks and then maneuver them into position to form sets as large as possible. Red and blue makes purple, things get a little trickier when you start adding more colors! Yellow and blue makes green, the path to the lost city of gold isn't an easy one, but the riches are bound to be worth it. Mix them then match them, MiXem is fun for the whole family. MiXem comes with 3 different game modes, including quest mode, which covers thousands of blocks before you reach the end. Time attack and Endless mode provide an outlet for a quick fix or a long trial. Acquire huge wealth from valuable artifacts that are pushed up from the lava pit. Break the artifacts open and watch your wealth soar! The MiXem sounds and sound track feature the works of Lava Injection Studios, http://www.lavainjection.com. Mooktown Games offers a free demo from their website at www.mooktown.com, so you can try before you buy with no risk! About Mooktown Games Mooktown was established in 2003, based in tropical North Queensland's capital city Townsville, we develop games that we ourselves enjoy playing, and we strive to make the best games we possibly can. Mooktown started life as a mobile phone games company and have spread our wings a little this year by beginning development of downloadable pc titles. [Edited by - vgsmart on January 11, 2006 2:27:51 PM]

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