Boulder, CO (PRWEB) April 27, 2006
DreamQuest Software, a proven leader in cross-platform casual games, announced today the release of their best-selling Windows favorites, Championship Hearts Pro and Championship Spades Pro for Mac OS X. DreamQuest's decision to port their two most popular titles to Mac OS came in response to popular demand from their customers.
"Being a leader in cross-platform casual gaming," said Christopher Williamson, CEO of DreamQuest Software, "it's only natural that we would expand further as more casual gamers discover Mac OS." A free trial of these games can be downloaded from http://dqsoft.com/mac.html
In partnership with Red Marble Games, the Mac versions of Championship Spades Pro and Championship Hearts Pro feature the same alluring elements as their Windows counterparts. Sophisticated artwork and smooth game play bring DreamQuest's signature cast of playful and clever characters to life across five skill levels. An introductory tutorial helps beginners breeze through the basics, while detailed statistics and play history help seasoned pros master their techniques. Every game experience can be unique by adjusting scoring variations, game options, or select new tabletops and deck combinations.
Variations such as Sunshot in Hearts, or Cutthroat in Spades, assure long-time Hearts and Spades players can enjoy playing their favorites with DreamQuest Software's feature-rich games.
About DreamQuest Software
DreamQuest Software LLC, founded in 2000, integrates the latest technologies to bring users the best in their longtime favorite card games. The company's current products include Championship Hearts, Championship Spades, Championship Gin, Championship Euchre, Championship Five Hundred, Championship Cribbage, Championship Mahjongg, Championship Chess, Championship Checkers, and Solitaire. Winner of numerous accolades for their innovative technology and challenging play, their awards include Pocket PC Magazine's Best Software Awards 2004 & 2002, Handango's People's Choice Award - Best Game/Symbian 2003, and Handango Champion Awards finalist 2004. DreamQuest Software created the first cross-platform card games that users can play at their desk or on the go. They are available for a variety of platforms including Windows, MacOS, PalmOS, and Windows Mobile. For more information, or for a free trial of their games, please visit http://www.dqsoft.com. Printable artwork is at http://www.dqsoft.com/images.html. Free press licenses are available upon request.
Contact: Natalie Yelen
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