Merit Entertainment Releases Photo Hunt for iPhone & iPod Touch

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Classic Megatouch favorite follows Monkey Bash, Lucky 11s in jump to mobile

Can you find the difference?

Players can now experience the fun and good times they have with Megatouch games at their corner pub on a cool, new platform anytime, anywhere.

Merit Entertainment, maker of popular Megatouch video games, is going mobile again with today's much-anticipated release of Photo Hunt for the iPhone and iPod touch.

This is the third iPhone application launched by the company and follows the release of Megatouch games Lucky 11's and Monkey Bash.

Since 1997, Photo Hunt has challenged millions of players to beat the clock in finding the differences between two detailed, nearly identical photos.

Found on Megatouch game systems in bars and restaurants across the country, Photo Hunt's gameplay is ideally suited to the iPhone's touchscreen interface.

Available through the Apple iTunes App Store, Photo Hunt features an updated look, new graphics, and fun and challenging new pictures. Photo Hunt Lite, a free version with the same features but fewer pictures, is also available.

"We're thrilled to offer a new way to play Photo Hunt to our loyal Megatouch fans," said A.J. Russo, creative director for Merit Entertainment. "Players can now experience the fun and good times they have with Megatouch games at their corner pub on a cool, new platform anytime, anywhere."

Merit Entertainment exists to create the world's most innovative, immediate, and immersive touchscreen game experience that delivers unrivaled enjoyment to players while delivering strong value to business partners.

Garnering 4.6 billion plays per year with its dynamic Megatouch brand, Merit continues to expand its position as an entertainment leader with fresh games and content, on-demand music, advertising opportunities, hardware solutions, and network connectivity. For more information, visit http://www.meritgames.com.

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