G5’s May Day Sale
G5’s game is one of the Top Grossing iPad Apps
The iPad game Mahjongg Artifacts: Chapter 2 HD, developed and published by G5 Entertainment AB, has entered Top 20 Paid Games, Top 50 Paid Apps, and Top 50 Highest Grossing Apps iPad charts in USA following Apple’s continued promotion of the game in the App Store.
Mahjongg Artifacts: Chapter 2 HD for the iPad is available on the App Store at: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mahjong-artifacts-chapter/id365305315?mt=8
For more information about the game, please visit Mahjongg Artifacts: Chapter 2 HD home page.
G5 is bringing Virtual City to iPhone and iPad
G5 is bringing Virtual City to iPhone and iPad.
By popular demand, G5 Entertainment is bringing its successful Virtual City franchise to iPhone and iPad. Virtual City is a city simulator, in which players build and develop the city of their dreams, whether suburban utopia or bustling metropolis. The iPhone/iPad version is to be released in May. The PC version of the game is currently available at http://pc.g5e.com/games/virtual_city.
G5 releases Paranormal Agency for the iPhone
G5 releases Paranormal Agency for the iPhone.
G5 Entertainment announces the release of Paranormal Agency for iPhone and iPod Touch. The popular hidden object game features psychic detective Heather Mills in a creepy quest to unmask the perpetrator behind a rash of mysterious paranormal attacks throughout the city. Paranormal Agency is currently available at the App Store.
More information about Paranormal Agency can be found at: http://www.g5e.com/games/paranormal_agency_iphone
G5 releases two games for iPad
G5 Entertainment announces the arrival of iPad versions of its two best-sellers: The Mystery of the Crystal Portal HD, and Mahjongg Artifacts: Chapter 2 HD.
Both HD games have stunning imagery and incredible graphical detail that take advantage of the huge crystal clear display of the iPad. In Mahjongg Artifacts: Chapter 2 HD, the smallest details of tiles and backgrounds are visible as you overview the whole playing field, looking for matching tiles –no need to zoom in and out like in the original iPhone version of the game.
Likewise, there is no need to use any kind of zoom in feature in The Mystery of the Crystal Portal HD. The tiniest details of each scene are right there in the picture when you look at the iPad.