I-play reveals stellar Q1 roadmap

I-play unveiled its stellar line up of titles for the first quarter of 2006. The line up covers a range of genres from casual 'one thumb gaming' puzzle titles to the popular sports and action/adventure games: Torino 2006, U.S. Olympic Team Ice Hockey, Slyder, Boulder Dash-M.E. 2 and '24'.

Torino 2006 - The Official Mobile Phone Game of the Olympic Winter Games launches ahead of the start of the Olympic Winter Games in Torino, Italy in February. This game will launch globally via I-play's network of over 100 operator partners. Capturing the excitement and passion of the 2006 Olympic Winter Games on mobile phone, the game will allow mobile phone users worldwide to test their skills at a number of signature Olympic Winter Games disciplines, including Downhill Skiing, Ski Jumping, Curling and Bobsleigh.

Available only in the U.S., U.S. Olympic Team Ice Hockey will also launch to coincide with the start of the 2006 Olympic Winter Games in Torino, Italy. The game, a realistic simulation of Olympic ice hockey, features a USA team and the 11 other national teams competing in Torino, Italy from February 10 to26.

In Slyder, players guide the adorable, blue ball-shaped 'Slyder' through 150 challenging mazes, each incrementally more difficult than the previous one.

Boulder Dash-M.E. 2 is the latest mobile edition of First Star Software's classic action-puzzle game first launched on home computers and coin operated machines in the mid-1980s.

The mobile game version of Twentieth Century Fox's hit television series '24' will launch to a global audience to coincide with the launch of the series' fifth season. The running clock and your mobile phone are key to the game's plot as you play a CTU agent in a series of missions in a never-before-seen approach to action adventure gaming on mobile.

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