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DreamQuest Software Announces Major Graphical Update & Launch of Online Gaming Service

DreamQuest Software Announces Major Graphical Update & Launch of Online Gaming Service

Boulder, CO (PRWEB) August 11, 2004

DreamQuest Software,( has announced today the release of version 6.0 of their best-selling Championship card games. This release features a complete graphical update, including an all-new set of in-game characters. It also marks the unveiling of DreamQuest Software’s new online gaming site at

“This release has been a year in the making,” said President/CEO Christopher Williamson. “We have taken all the suggestions and comments from our current customers and implemented them into one gigantic update! With new security and graphical advances in Windows XP, our game play is now faster and our new in-game characters, cards, and tables are more detailed and polished. The evolution of our mobile version will raise the standard on how great a card and board game can look on handheld devices. As these features appeal to both new and experienced players, I expect our online gaming community at to expand rapidly. Our competition will find this hard to ignore.”

Available on multiple platforms including Windows, PalmOS, Pocket PC, and Symbian phones, DreamQuest’s games have received accolades for their beginner’s tutorial, custom skin support, and advanced AI players – a series of eight challenging characters with varying skill levels and playful taunts. The company continues to be recognized for their software, most recently being nominated for the 2004 Pocket PC Awards and as a finalist for the 2004 Handango Champion Awards.

About DreamQuest Software

DreamQuest Software was founded in 1994. The company's products include Championship Hearts, Championship Spades, Championship Gin, Championship Euchre, Championship Five Hundred, and Championship Cribbage and Championship Mahjongg Solitaire. Their awards include Handango’s People’s Choice Award – Best Game/Symbian 2003, Pocket PC Magazine's - Best Card Game of 2002, with nominations in 2004, 2003, & 2002, at the 2002 IGF, and as a Handango’s Champion Awards finalists. DreamQuest Software created the first cross-platform card games that users can play at their desk or while on-the-road. They are available for a variety of platforms including PC, Palm, Pocket PC and Symbian phones.

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