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Reversi Deluxe Teaches an Old Game New Tricks

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Reversi Deluxe Teaches an Old Game New Tricks April 5th 2006- NinjaLab Studios, www.ninjalab.com, is proud to announce their latest casual game, Reversi Deluxe. Reversi is a classic board game for two players. While the origin of this old game of skill is unknown, the modern implementation of it has never been better than Reversi Deluxe. With multiple game modes and a variety of difficulty levels, Reversi Deluxe can challenge anyone from novice to master. By selecting the difficulty level you can easily play against a computer opponent on equal footing. There are four game modes included with Reversi Deluxe, including a variety of tournaments and a time trial game. In the time trial there is only two minutes per game, making fast thinking as important as fast acting. Reversi Deluxe features a dynamic rating system to track player progress and indicate skill level of players. Reversi Deluxe comes with a free trial. Discover if you can defeat the AI on any mode, any levels within an hour. If you need more practice the full version is available for only $19.95 from the NinjaLab Studios website at www.ninjalab.com. About NinjaLab Studios Focusing on casual games, Ninja Lab Studio is a fledgling independent studio that is making great strides to provide professional quality products to their new found fans. For more information visit our website at www.ninjalab.com.

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