The Burger Shop is Open for Business! GoBit Games Announces Availability of Inaugural Game

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GoBit Games, maker of casual games, announced the availability of its first casual game, "Burger Shop".

GoBit Games, maker of casual games, announced the availability of its first casual game, "Burger Shop".

GoBit's debut title, Burger Shop, combines great production values with addictive game play to deliver a truly fun, robust and addictive gaming experience. The informal restaurant seems serene until you attempt to fulfill more and more complex orders for a growing number of customers. You strive to deliver a variety of meals without keeping your demanding customers waiting, but it's a real challenge to work quickly and accurately enough.

To appeal to a broad audience, Burger Shop has multiple modes including Story Mode, Challenge Mode and Relax Mode. Burger Shop's addictive nature stems from its:

  • depth -- 80 exciting levels, from Story and Relax Mode to Challenge and Expert Story Mode;
  • variety -- eight different restaurants;
  • challenge - over 60 menu upgrades;
  • rewards -- 96 trophies to collect.

GoBit CEO Jenny Martin stated, "GoBit focused on developing a game that looks exceptional, is very fun and highly addictive". And Burger Shop is being hailed by early reviewers. Sydney Harris, a casual gamer in San Jose, comments, "Burger Shop is hugely fun; when I master one level, I can't wait to go on to the next. It's like finishing a chapter in a thriller novel; it leads you immediately into the next chapter and it's very hard to put down!"

Burger Shop is available exclusively from Big Fish Games until October 27th 2007. Online portals and distributors of casual games should contact GoBit to obtain a trial version of Burger Shop or to obtain further information about offering Burger Shop.

About GoBit Inc.
GoBit Inc. was founded by game industry veterans who share a passion for playing and making games. Collectively the GoBit team has contributed to some of the gaming industry's premier companies including Electronic Arts, Epyx, Maxis, PopCap, Pogo,and Sega. That same team has worked on some of the industry's top games, such as Zuma, Peggle, Insaniquarium, The Sims, SimCity and many others.

The team at GoBit believes that games should be fun, safe and enjoyable for everyone.

For more information, please visit http://www.gobit.com/ or contact Ms. Jenny Martin at (925) 855-7070 or email jenny @ gobit.com

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