Omega Mobile Releases Flyboys Mobile Flash Lite Content

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Omega Mobile has developed casual mobile Flash Lite content for the World War I adventure film, Flyboys, now showing in theaters nationwide. The mobile content is being published by Finesse Mobile Ltd.

Omega Mobile releases new mobile Flash Lite content for the World War I adventure film, Flyboys. Working in conjunction with the content publisher Finesse Mobile Ltd, Omega Mobile created a portfolio of screensavers, wallpapers and a game with outstanding graphics which complement the great visuals in the film.

Flyboys Shooting Practice is a challenging Flash Lite game that allows players to emulate the gunnery training given to the pilots before being sent on their first combat mission. The screensavers feature different biplanes from the movie. Not repeating just a few set maneuvers, these intelligent screensavers use Flash Lite technology to depict a plane in flight, constantly changing its path and reacting to the battery or network strength of the device. The wallpapers feature static images from the mobile Flash content. To preview the portfolio visit:

The content is available for licensing from Finesse Mobile, who will launch the content globally. Finesse is working with networks and aggregators to ensure widespread availability of the Flyboys portfolio.

David Hill, Sales and Marketing Manager of Finesse Mobile said, "We've had a great response to the Flash Lite content developed by Omega Mobile for Flyboys. The visual presentation of the game and screensavers is superb and has proved to be a real hit with fans of the film."

Flyboys is inspired by the true story of the legendary Lafayette Escadrille fighter squadron in World War I. This unit of brave young American's joined the French in fighting Germany before America officially entered the war. Without a parachute and having an average life expectancy of six weeks in the air, these volunteers learned to fly the 12 year old contraption known as the airplane and became America's first aviation heroes.


About Omega Mobile

Omega Mobile is a leading mobile multimedia developer of original and branded content for mobile devices. A pioneer in creating mobile rich media experiences, the firm was among the first in the industry to design content and applications using Flash for mobile devices. Expert in FlashCast, Flash Lite and other mobile multimedia technologies, Omega Mobile accelerates profit through stunning mobile experiences. For more information on mobile Flash development, branded experiences, licensing or customization opportunities visit

About Finesse Mobile

Finesse Mobile Ltd is a leading publisher of top quality innovative content, including branded games and wallpapers which are sold in over 80 countries worldwide.

Recent game releases include Lotus Challenge Slot Cars, FIM Motocross and the PuzzleBox collection of traditional games including Crosswords, Sudoku, Kakuro and Wordsearch. The wallpaper catalogue is headed up by the Soccer Saddo's – a soccer themed range of characters and also features a new section dedicated to cultural art from around the world.

For more details on the Finesse catalogue and roadmap go to

About Electric Entertainment

Under the "Electric" banner, Devlin has produced "Eight Legged Freaks," released by Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow in July 2002; New Line's Fall 2004 release "Cellular" starring Kim Basinger; and "The Librarian" which aired on TNT network in December 2004 and was the highest rated movie on cable that year. In spring of 2005, Devlin produced the World War I epic "Flyboys," starring James Franco, Martin Henderson and Jean Reno in the U.K. while concurrently shooting the Sci Fi Channel's six-hour mini-series event "The Triangle" in South Africa. Devlin and Bryan Singer serve as executive producers on "The Triangle." Devlin recently wrapped production in Africa for the sequel to "The Librarian," entitled "The Librarian: Return to King Solomon's Mine." "Librarian 2" is scheduled to air in December of 2006 on TNT. Devlin recently executive produced Sony Picture Classics' politically-charged documentary "Who Killed the Electric Car?" which was released in theaters June 28th. Electric Entertainment is headed by Devlin along with partners Kearie Peak, Marc Roskin and Rachel Olschan.

About Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc:

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc., through its operating subsidiaries is actively engaged in the worldwide production and distribution of motion pictures, television programming, home video, interactive media, music, and licensed merchandise. The company owns the world's largest library of modern films, comprising around 4,000 titles. Operating units including Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc., Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Inc., United Artists Films Inc., MGM Television Entertainment Inc., MGM Networks Inc., MGM Distribution Co., MGM International Television Distribution Inc., Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Home Entertainment LLC, MGM ON STAGE, MGM

Music, MGM Consumer Products and MGM Interactive. In addition, MGM has ownership interests in international TV channels reaching nearly 110 countries. Under the supervision of new Chairman and CEO Harry Sloan, MGM is revitalizing all areas of the company. As a result, the studio is now being positioned as an independent, vertical integrated multi-media company. MGM ownership is currently as follows: Providence Equity Partners (29%), Texas Pacific Group (21%), Sony Corporation of America (20%), Comcast (20%), DLJ Merchant Banking Partners (7%) and Quadrangle Group (3%). For more information, visit



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