DALLAS (April 20, 2005) - - Beiks is proud to announce a new release of the classic game Double Trouble, especially designed for the later generation Palm handhelds, powered by fast ARM processors and capable of superior 16-bit graphics.
The all-new, native ARM based game engine will only let the game be played on the later generation handhelds running Palm OS 5.0 or higher and based on the fast ARM processors. Stunning graphics, the background music and sound effects are the benefits gained for trading compatibility with older devices.
Double Trouble for Palm OS is simple, yet terribly addicting and fun game. With 20 different skill levels, the game guarantees at least a few hours of uninterrupted game play - far longer entertainment than any movie ticket of same value could provide.
The game goes on a board full with figures of different kinds. The level starts as soon as you tap on the screen, preferably on a particular figure. You must then find another figure of the same kind, appropriately positioned, so the two can be connected with a line. When you manage to do that, the two figures disappear and you get one step closer to the level completion. The trick is finding the appropriate pairs fast enough.
A trial version of the game can be downloaded from www.beiks.com. The registration is only $10.00; owners of the previous Double Trouble version are also invited to get the latest version of the game at a discounted price, a standard practice for the company.
About Beiks LLC
Beiks LLC (http://www.beiks.com) is a privately-held company with headquarters in Dallas. The company specializes in developing and distributing essential applications for mobile platforms such as Palm OS®, Windows CE®, Sharp Zaurus® and J2ME®. Founded in 1997, the company is best known for its BDicty Dictionary Reader, one of the most popular dictionaries for handheld devices on the market. Beiks' product list now includes a growing catalog of over 250 titles across all major mobile platforms. Those include the award-winning BDicty Dictionary Reader dictionary series, games such as NetWalk and Karateka, the Wall Street Financial Assistant business calculator, the Woman Calendar personal organizer and many others.
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