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Cinemaware’s Wings™ and other great classics now available for BlackBerry PlayBook and BlackBerry 10 smartphones

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Cinemaware® and Amiga are bringing their famous titles to BlackBerry

MIAMI, Florida/SEATTLE, Washington, USA. --- March 14, 2013 --- Amiga, Inc. and Cinemaware (the company which originally introduced cinematic storytelling into games) are working together to bring the entire Cinemaware catalog of Amiga games to the latest BlackBerry® devices.

"In partnership with Amiga, we are excited to announce the availability of our titles for BlackBerry devices and to be part of the launch of the new BlackBerry 10 platform," said Oberst Leermeister, a corporate spokesperson for Cinemaware. "These fun and very addictive games can now be played anywhere, by anyone with a new BlackBerry 10 smartphone."

Amiga is proud to announce the immediate availability of Wings. More than just a simulator, Wings features genuine arcade action and an emotion packed role playing experience. This will be followed by many more classic Cinemaware titles including Defender of the Crown®, Rocket Ranger™, Lords of the Rising Sun™ and It Came from the Desert™. The first Amiga computer shipped in 1985 and was an immediate hit with game developers and publishers. Many of today's best known game publishers got their start on the Amiga. The high-quality production of games from the likes of Team 17, Ocean, EA, Factor 5, Lucas Arts, Bitmap Brothers and Cinemaware, to name just a few, coupled with the state-of-the-art hardware made an unbeatable combination. Today Amiga, Inc. is working with these publishers to make many of these amazing games available to play once again.

Calling all classic Amiga game developers and publishers... If you hold the publishing rights to a commercial Amiga game or application, or know somebody that does, then we are seeking to get in touch with you. Amiga are bringing classic games written for the original Amiga hardware to life on Blackberry devices using our new Amiga Anywhere platform. Please contact us at developer@amiga.com

About Amiga

The AMIGA® personal computer was developed and sold by Commodore International and Amiga Corporation. Amiga, Inc. produces and distributes enabling technologies and applications for wired and wireless devices that provide technology to developers for writing and porting applications to a new multi-media operating system that is hardware agnostic, enabling applications to run unchanged on various support platforms including Cell Phones, Tablets, Desktops, Set Top Boxes, and Digital Televisions. For more information, visit www.amiga.com or email press@amiga.com

About Cinemaware

Originally founded in 1985, Cinemaware became an innovative force in interactive entertainment across multiple platforms of computers, consoles and mobile devices. With its titles rooted in classic movie genres and renowned for their Hollywood-caliber production values

Cinemaware titles delivered immersive storytelling and innovative gameplay. The company rocketed to the top of the gaming world with its inaugural 1986 release, Defender of the Crown®, which was followed up by several other dazzling titles including S.D.I.™, The King of Chicago™, Sinbad and the Throne of the Falcon™, Rocket Ranger™, The Three Stooges®, Lords of the Rising Sun™, It Came From the Desert™, Wings™ and the TV Sports™ series of sports titles. At a later stage, the company released a major console project in the form of Robin Hood: Defender of the Crown™ and several Game Boy Advance titles. Cinemaware titles still reside among numerous "Best Games of All Time" lists, having been played by millions of gamers across multiple platforms, and are considered some of the best, most innovative and most influential games ever created.

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