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Rushhour in a traffic circle

04-24-2007 06:17 PM CET | Media & Telecommunications

Press release from: Zelfi AG

In fact this game for mobile phones demands patience and good reactions from the player. Nevertheless the game is simple and it promises to be great fun.

The target of the mobile games is to keep the traffic on going in a roundabout at 7 a.m. when everybody wants to come straight to office. Three levels of different difficulty complete the good entertainment for long time and the one-thumb-game is easy to control.

The player has to pay attention on arriving cars to the traffic circle and has to decide which car is next to drive into the traffic circle. When he is waiting too long for his decision the drivers get impatient and move off. So it is important to prevent accidents. Otherwise the game is over.

The mobile phone game is available at http://www.zelfi.com/en/handyspiele/games/roundabout/ or for free at http://www.zelfi.com/en/mobile-games/for-free/roundabout-free/.

About Zelfi
The Zelfi public limited company is a start-up located in Mainz/Germany being actively involved in the fields of Mobile Marketing and Mobile Entertainment by providing software products. The development and the service of a Mobile Marketing platform is our core business. This innovative technology-platform forms a nodal point of mobile phone users, mobile phone software developers and advertisers.

The Zelfi newsletter provides current information about new mobile games. Subscribe to Zelfi newsletter at http://www.zelfi.com/en/newsletter/.

Zelfi AG
CEO: Andreas Berg
Hechtsheimer Straße 33
55131 Mainz
Germany

Telefon: +49 6131-9064850
Telefax: +49 6131-9064853

info@zelfi.com
www.zelfi.com

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