|By Marketwired .||
|June 25, 2014 07:00 AM EDT||
MINNEAPOLIS, MN -- (Marketwired) -- 06/25/14 -- Soul and Vibe Interactive Inc. (OTCQB: SOUL), "The Company," a video and computer games company, today announced that its "Free-to-Play" soccer game, Striker Rush: Champion Edition, has been released on Apple's iOS platform. Striker Rush: Champion Edition is now available for download on Apple's App Store and can be played on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Striker Rush: Champion Edition is also available on the Android platform. The Android version is available for download on Google Play and on Amazon, via Amazon Digital Services, Inc. for approved Amazon devices such as the Kindle and Kindle Fire. The official launch announcement for Striker Rush: Champion Edition was made during the recent Electronic Entertainment Expo, "E3," in Los Angeles and coincided with the opening match of the 2014 World Cup. The game was developed by 1DER Entertainment Ltd.
"We are thrilled to announce the launch of Striker Rush: Champion Edition on the Apple iOS platform," said Soul and Vibe's CEO and President, Peter Anthony Chiodo ("Tony"). "Striker Rush: Champion Edition is an immensely fun, addictive, and fast-paced, easy-to-learn-and-play sports game. It offers a global leaderboard that is rallying soccer fans across the globe. The game features 42 teams, including all 32 participants of the 2014 World Cup. As you play the game and score goals, your nation's rank rises on the global leaderboard. Striker Rush: Champion Edition is now available on every major mobile platform, giving players all over the world an alternative international tournament to enjoy between the games of the 2014 World Cup."
Striker Rush: Champion Edition is a speed-escalating "lane-based runner" in which you dribble through defenders, dodge obstacles, collect pick-ups, and score goals. Playing as your favorite national team, you compete against a wealth of rival teams for the ultimate in bragging rights: The top-seat on the global leaderboard. Striker Rush: Champion Edition is a "Free-To-Play" game and features in-game/in-app consumable content that players can purchase to customize, and/or enhance, their play experience.
In addition to Striker Rush: Champion Edition, Soul and Vibe Interactive Inc. is working with 1DER Entertainment on a second, currently unannounced, title. The game was teased during the recent ROTH Investment Conference in March 2014.
During the first quarter of 2014, Soul and Vibe launched Timeless Gems, a "Free-To-Play" innovative "match-3" puzzle game for Facebook, Android devices, and Apple's iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Since its worldwide multi-platform launch, Timeless Gems' monetized content sales consistently have outperformed the industry standard for a "Free-To-Play" game.
For more information on Striker Rush: Champion Edition, visit the official Striker Rush Facebook fan page, www.facebook.com/StrikerRush. Additional information and updates can be found on the official Soul and Vibe website: http://www.soulandvibe.com.
Soul and Vibe Investor Page: http://ir.soulandvibe.com
About 1DER Entertainment Ltd.
1DER Entertainment Ltd. is a developer and publisher of gaming and entertainment software for mobile devices and personal computers. 1DER Entertainment Ltd. was founded in 2011 by industry experts with massive game development and distribution business experience. The high-profile 2D and 3D art capabilities of their strategic partner, OtherSide OutSourcing (www.os-os.net), grants the highest art quality for 1DER Entertainment Ltd. titles. 1DER Entertainment has a distribution agreement with Valve Corporation for their Steam platform, with Apple Inc. for iPad, iPod, and iPhone devices, and with Google Inc. and Amazon Inc. for the Android platform. The mission of 1DER Entertainment is to deliver wonderful entertainment for gamers on various platforms. www.1der-ent.com
About Soul and Vibe Interactive Inc.
Soul and Vibe Interactive Inc. (also Soul & Vibe Interactive Inc. on www.sec.gov) is a publisher of games and games-related content for consoles, mobile devices, and personal computers addressing a $56 billion market projected to grow to $82 billion by 2015. The Company specializes in the creation of original intellectual properties and has extensive experience licensing world-renowned brands from influential companies. Soul and Vibe has license agreements with General Mills and Deere & Company, and game development and publishing agreements for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system, Windows 8, Windows Live, and Windows Phone from Microsoft, and the PlayStation® 3 computer entertainment system and PlayStation® Vita (PS Vita) from Sony. Through partnerships with technically sophisticated software developers located all over the world, Soul and Vibe transforms unique concepts into engaging, highly accessible, and affordable games and entertainment experiences. www.soulandvibe.com.
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