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Tom Gilleland

Shell Whirl (PC & Mac) is Now Shipping

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I just uploaded the final versions of our newest game "Shell Whirl". Basically this is a polished Beach-themed Matching game that has a new spin mechanic where you match shell rotations. And it includes the more traditional matching games, so basically you get four different games. Marketing Text: Shell Whirl - A beautiful beach themed matching game with a totally new spin! Give it a Whirl! Kick off your shoes and transport yourself to an island paradise where you while away your time spinning shells at the beach. Choose from four different beach themed games while you relax to island music or natural ocean sounds. Enjoy over 100 levels of fun, addictive game play. Photo-realistic island imagery and soothing animations will clear your mind and relax your world. Here are the links to the game downloads: Windows - http://www.beachware.com/download/ShellWhirl/ShellWhirlSetup.exe Mac - http://www.beachware.com/download/ShellWhirl/ShellWhirl.dmg I created a product specific Web site here: http://www.shellwhirl.com/ Here are the links to the screenshots: Intro Screen - http://www.shellwhirl.com/images/IntroBig.jpg Main Menu - http://www.shellwhirl.com/images/MainMenuBig.jpg Game Screen 1 - http://www.shellwhirl.com/images/GameScreenBig.jpg Game Screen 2- http://www.shellwhirl.com/images/GameBlueBig.jpg Game Screen 3- http://www.shellwhirl.com/images/GameMudBig.jpg Options Screen - http://www.shellwhirl.com/images/OptionsBig.jpg Map Screen - http://www.shellwhirl.com/images/MapBig.jpg Help Screen - http://www.shellwhirl.com/images/HelpBig.jpg High Score Screen - http://www.shellwhirl.com/images/HighScoreBig.jpg System Requirements: Macintosh OSX - G4, 400 Mhz, 128 Meg. RAM or later Now I'm off to marketing land for awhile... Thanks, Tom [Edited by - Tom Gilleland on August 10, 2006 11:15:17 PM]

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