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Budapest, Hungary, November 8th, 2010 - Artex Studios, Inc.® announces the immediate availability of Fairy Cubes™ for iPhone, iPod Touch and Fairy Cubes HD™ for iPad.

Fairy Cubes™ and Fairy Cubes HD™ have skill based, unique 3-matching and mahjong game-plays and will appeal to action and puzzle game lovers alike!

“Fairy Cubes™ and Fairy Cubes HD™ are perfect for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad gamers of all ages!”– said József Trencsényi, CEO and founder of Artex Studios, Inc.® and owner of CasualGameStore.com portal.


Game features:

* Skill based game-play elements
* 45 levels and counting
* Power-ups
* High-quality 3D HD graphics
* Impressive sound effects
* and many more...


Compatible with

* iPhone 2G, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4
* iPod Touch (1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th generations)
* iPad


Pricing and Availability:

Fairy Cubes™ and Fairy Cubes HD™ can be purchased from the Apple App Store for an introductory price in a short period of time:
 

Fairy Cubes - Artex Studios, Inc.
Fairy Cubes HD - Artex Studios, Inc.



A free lite version is available for download:



Fairy Cubes Lite - Artex Studios, Inc.
Fairy Cubes HD Lite - Artex Studios, Inc.


Online Demo


Fairy Cubes Trailer:



Fairy Cubes Screenshots:









About Artex Studios, Inc.®

Artex Studios, Inc.® is a Hungary based independent game developer
company founded by József Trencsényi. Artex has been creating high-quality games for
Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, arcade, handheld and mobile platforms since 1999.
Artex is recognized for games like Franklin the Turtle for GameBoy Advance, Mahjong Zodiac and Happy Melodies for Windows and Linux, Fairy Cubes for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Windows, Mac OS X and web.
 




Fairy Cubes - Artex Studios, Inc.
Fairy Cubes HD - Artex Studios, Inc.


Fairy Cubes Lite - Artex Studios, Inc.
Fairy Cubes HD Lite - Artex Studios, Inc.

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