December 13, 2004
Digital Bridges To Bring Game "Jewel Quest" To Mobile Phone
Digital Bridges today announced a global agreement with iWin, the San Francisco-based online games publisher, to bring the phenomenally successful online adventure puzzle game Jewel Quest to mobile phones for the first time.
Jewel Quest was recently declared a Finalist for the 2004 Billboard Digital Entertainment Awards as "Downloadable Game of the Year".
The gameplay of Jewel Quest is based on an exploration of the ancient ruins of Mayan civilization. While discovering hidden treasures and priceless artefacts, the player is presented with increasingly difficult puzzles containing secret twists, cursed items, and buried artefacts. In this unique new take on the classic-style matching game, players must rearrange valuable relics to turn sand tiles into gold. As players venture deeper into the jungle, they will encounter increasingly difficult puzzles containing secret twists, cursed items, and buried artefacts.
Jewel Quest is the latest in a number of premium license agreements DB has secured. Last month the mobile games publisher announced an agreement with Sports Illustrated to take one of the world’s most recognized media and sports entertainment brands to the mobile gaming platform in North America. DB also recently secured VU Games’ best-selling franchise, Spyro: The Dragon for mobile release in North America.
In the last few months Digital Bridges has launched a raft of premium titles to market in Europe and North America including MGM titles Platoon, Robocop and Rollerball. Other exciting titles that launched this quarter include EA’s FIFA Football 2005 Mobile International Edition, 2 Fast 2 Furious™, Colin McRae Rally 2005 and dbi 3-D Pool, with more titles to launch before Christmas.
Source: Digital Bridge
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