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BEIKS releases Pilot Lines 2.0 for Windows Mobile

DALLAS (December 26, 2007) -- BEIKS LLC, the world leader in language, reference and entertainment applications for mobile users, announces the immediate availability of its Pilot Lines 2.0 game for the Windows Mobile platform.

Pilot Lines is a BEIKS version of one of the all-time favorite PC games, Color Lines.

It is a board game of skill and luck that offers millions of possible combinations. Very easy to learn and very hard to master, Lines has its place in history next to smashing hits like Clickomania, Tetris, Double Trouble and Solitaire.

The new Pilot Lines 2.0 is available to all users with devices running Windows Mobile 5.0 or higher. It will work on both Windows Mobile platform branches - Standard and Professional - and replaces the previous BEIKS' title Color Lines available only for the Windows Mobile Smartphone platform.

Pilot Lines 2.0 is rebuilt from the ground up, using a specially developed 2D/3D animation engine; it offers two game modes and connectivity features like global, Internet-backed hall of fame as well as ability to store and replay game sessions.

The game is free to download and try from or (optimized for direct device downloads).

It costs $9.95 to register and unlock for unlimited use. All owners of the previous version receive the upgrade at no additional cost.


BEIKS LLC ( is a privately-held company with headquarters in Dallas, TX. The company specializes in developing and distributing essential applications for mobile platforms such as Palm OS®, Windows CE®, Sharp Zaurus® and BlackBerry®. 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.

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