Solitaire Deluxe Ad Blurbs (Windows 3.x)
Advertising BlurbsPress Release:
Irvine, Calif., January 15, 1996 --Interplay Productions announced today the release of Solitaire Deluxe for Windows 95. Designed specifically for Windows 95, Solitaire Deluxe boasts to be the most complete solitaire challenge ever created, with 24 games of chance.
"With the growing popularity of Windows 95, we wanted to provide the users the opportunity to play solitaire with the greatest solitaire package available" said Jerry Luttrell, director of marketing for Interplay. " Solitaire Deluxe For Windows 95 has a wide variety of solitaire games for the novice or the most advanced player."
Solitaire Deluxe For Windows 95 makes 24 of the most popular solitaire games available in one easy-to-install package. Card players will enjoy such solitaire games as Klondike, Golf, La Nivernaise, Pyramid, Monte Carlo, and other classical favorites. Solitaire Deluxe For Windows 95 has more games, more card sets, more great features than any other solitaire game. The Tournament mode can be enabled for the player to go up against their highest score in any six of their favorite games.
Developed in beautiful 256-color graphics, players can choose from 29 card decks and 25 background graphics. Additionally, game players can create a customized background using an innovative import feature to incorporate their favorite picture such as a loved one, a favorite golf course or a beautiful scenic shot in a bmp.format.
Solitaire Deluxe for Windows 95 was produced by Kimo Yoshida, a long time employee of Interplay. His past achievements
include producer credit for the Macintosh version of Ishido. Yoshida can lately be found working hard on several titles set for release
early next year which include Bridge Deluxe II With Omar Sharif On CD-ROM, Zombie Dinos From Planet Zeltoid and Blackthorne.
Solitaire Deluxe requires an IBM 386/33mhz running Microsoft Windows 95, with a minimum VGA video card and monitor, 4mb RAM, Microsoft compatible mouse and 100% compatibles Sound Blaster sound cards.
Founded in 1983, Interplay Productions is a company dedicated to manufacturing and distributing a wide range of award-winning
entertainment and educational software designed by gamers, for gamers. Interplay, MacPlay (the company’s Macintosh division), VR
Sports (the company’s sports division) and its affiliates release products for IBM and compatibles, CD-ROM and Macintosh as well as
leading console game platforms. In 1995, Interplay acquired Shiny Entertainment, makers of the world-wide hit video game Earthworm Jim.
Interplay's OEM division represents over 250 titles from publishers including Davidson & Associates, Inc., Viacom New Media and Accolade
to hardware manufacturers. Interplay titles include Descent, Cyberia, Virtual Pool, Dungeon Master II: The Legend Of Skullkeep, Stonekeep,
Frankenstein: Through The Eyes Of The Monster and Loaded.
Contributed by skl (1143) on Feb 22, 2004.