DALLAS (Sep 11, 2008)
- - BEIKS updates its popular game Color Lines to support the latest BlackBerry
models - BlackBerry 9000 aka BlackBerry Bold and the BlackBerry 8220 aka
BlackBerry Flip Shell.
Pilot Lines is a simple and
addictive game of skill and luck. Originally designed in Russia in the 80s, it
has become so popular it is likely available for any desktop and mobile platform
It is also one of the best selling games in the
BEIKS catalog for all mobile platforms.
The new release comes shortly after the official
announcement of the BlackBerry 9000 series and literally a day after the public
presentation of the first BlackBerry Flip Shell phone ever - the BlackBerry
Both phones are frontiers of what is likely to be
two separate BlackBerry model lines - the 9000 and the 8200 respectively. Among
other distinct features they have unique display characteristics not used by
other BlackBerry phones to date.
Electronic games are particularly sensitive to
display resolution as it greatly affects both what can be present to the user
and how it can be present, reflecting in turn the game appeal to the player.
Pilot Lines was updated to support the two new
resolutions - the Bold's full blon VGA (640x480) and the 8220's portrait quarter
The game can be downloaded from
http://blackberry.beiks.com (through desktop host) and
http://mobile.beiks.com (direct BlackBerry
Updating is free to registered users and
everyone else is invited to either play Russian Roulette during the game or pay
$10.00 for non-interrupting, safe game.
About BEIKS LLC
BEIKS LLC (http://www.beiks.com) is a privately-held company with headquarters in Dallas, TX. The company specializes in developing and distributing essential applications for mobile platforms such as Palm OS®, Windows
Mobile® and BlackBerry®. Founded in 1997, the company is best known for its
BEIKS Dictionary Reader (BDicty), one of the most popular dictionary series for handheld devices on the market.
BEIKS' product list now includes a growing catalog of over 250 titles across all major mobile platforms.
RIM and BlackBerry are registered trademarks of Research In Motion, Inc. Other used brands are trademarks of their respective owners.