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PlayScreen pledges 5% of sales from upcoming "bailout"-themed game to charity

A new game from developer PlayScreen will give mobile gamers the (virtual) opportunity to alleviate their frustrations with the bank bailout bonanza, and in the process, provide a real helping hand for the people who need it most.

PlayScreen, a developer and publisher of high quality mobile entertainment, has created "Bailout Bonanza," a fast, fun and furious arcade-action game where players try to catch bundles of cash being thrown down by a greedy executive. Taking advantage of the cool control features of the latest mobile devices, Bailout Bonanza gives players the option to play via touch-screen and tilt-style controls. Watch out for the banker's sneaky shoe toss trick! If players miss a money bag or get hit by a shoe they will lose one of their money baskets, making the greedy exec very happy and making catching those money bags even harder!

As part of the launch of Bailout Bonanza, PlayScreen is pledging to donate 5% of each sale to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties, providing food for people in need. With "Bailout Bonanza" gamers can channel their frustration over bailout abuse into helping the people hit hardest by this economic crisis.

PlayScreen and the PlayScreen logo are trademarks of MyNuMo, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

About PlayScreen:

San Diego based PlayScreen is a social entertainment company delivering mobile social games, ringtones, wallpapers, videos, and text services on all major US Carriers. More Details about PlayScreen at http://www.PlayScreen.com
Contact: 1 858 692 1124

About the Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties:

Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties has been providing services to the community for 35 years. We are the single largest nonprofit provider of food to low-income households in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties and are the seventh largest food bank in the country. We provide food to an average of 176,000 individuals each month. Of those we serve, 67% are families with

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