DALLAS (Feb 19, 2009)
- - BEIKS announces Pilot Lines for Google's Android platform
Pilot Lines is BEIKS' port of Color Lines - one of the most popular and
addictive games that has come from the Soviet Union in the 80s.
A game of skill and luck, Lines offers practically
endless game play combinations resulting in hours of pure fun.
After having it ported for Palm OS, Windows Mobile
and BlackBerry the game is now available for yet another mobile OS - Google's
This is the second BEIKS title for Android, coming
only a month after the announcement for supporting the platform.
"We believe Android's popularity is set to explode
in future. Both the technical and the business prospects of the platform are
great. Netwalk, Lines and possibly a few more of our games are only a way to get
real feel of both the technology and the marketplace. We are in the process of
porting our major reference catalog to Android - dictionaries, phrase books,
proofing tools and everything else that BEIKS is about." said Bobby Kolev,
president of BEIKS.
The shareware version of Pilot Lines for Android
can be downloaded to any Android phone - currently only T-Mobile's G1 -
A limited version is also available from Android
Market at no cost.
The full version will also be made available when
Google allows commercial apps to be listed in their Market.
About BEIKS LLC
BEIKS LLC (http://www.beiks.com) is a privately-held company with headquarters
in Dallas, TX and a European branch in Sofia, Bulgaria.
The company develops and publishes applications for mobile platforms such as
Mobile® , Palm OS®
One of the pioneers of the mobile software business, BEIKS is best known for its
BEIKS Dictionary Reader (BDicty) series of language and reference dictionaries,
travel phrasebooks and spelling checkers.
BEIKS' software catalog now includes a growing list of over 300 titles across all major mobile platforms.
BEIKS is a registered trade mark of BEIKS LLC.
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