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  • March
    27th, 2012
    Fun and the First of its Kind: Treasures of Montezuma Blitz is
    Out on PS Vita!
    Alawar Entertainment, a leading developer and publisher
    of multi-platform casual games, is excited to announce the
    first ever 3rd-party free-to-play console game!
    Available for the PS Vita, the highly acclaimed match-3
    smash hit, Treasures of Montezuma Blitz is the world’s first
    non-Massive Multiplayer Online (MMO) console game to be
    offered free of charge complete with freemium options for
    those who seek more advanced and challenging playtime.
    Treasures of Montezuma Blitz is a stunning new puzzle
    game that features the unique capabilities of PlayStation
    Vita to deliver a fresh experience of new-age fun!
    With both Front and Rear Touchscreens at your fingertips
    there are no limits to speed, and the MotionSensor spices up
    the game’s already fast paced rounds.
    For now, Treasures of Montezuma Blitz for PS Vita is
    available in Europe, Russia, the Middle East, Australia and
    New Zealand.
    Release dates for other geographical locations such as
    the United States are expected in April 2012, so make sure to
    stay tuned to for the most
    up-to-date news and information!
    About Alawar Entertainment:
    in 1999, Alawar Entertainment specializes in the development,
    publication and distribution of casual games, reaching players
    in over 60 countries. The company is the leading distributor
    of casual titles in Eastern Europe and has published more than
    200 casual PC games globally, including leading downloadable
    brands like Farm Frenzy, Stray Souls and The Treasures of
    Montezuma. Alawar games are now available for the Mac, iPhone,
    iPad, Android, PlayStation 3, Playstation Vita, Nintendo
    DS, bada, BlackBerry and other platforms. The company also
    releases entertainment products for social networks and MMO
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