OBJE Selects Winner in Stupid Pixels Music Challenge


OBJE Selects Winner in Stupid Pixels Music Challenge

SARASOTA, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- After receiving a flood of music from enthusiastic gamers, OBJ Enterprises (OTCBB: OBJE) and its partners have selected a winner in the Stupid Pixels Music Challenge, the company announced today.

Developed in conjunction with Novalon Games, Stupid Pixels is a silly, stylish puzzle game for mobile devices that's set to be the second of two new gaming apps that the company expects to release this year to compete in the $9 billion mobile gaming market.

Earlier this month, OBJE and Novalon challenged gamers to score the soundtrack for the addictive new game, with the winner's music to be featured in the app's final version. The winning entry was delivered by composer Peter Brown.

Both companies were overwhelmed by the response to the contest, said OBJE CEO Paul Watson.

"We've been thoroughly impressed by both the quality and quantity of entries we've received," Watson said. "It just goes to show how much interest there is out there in exciting new mobile gaming apps. Narrowing the entries down to finalists and selecting the winner was downright painful; but now we have a nice repertoire of additional original music, as well."

OBJE and Novalon Games plan to launch the next version of the game online in the coming weeks as they prepare Stupid Pixels for release on the Apple (NAS: AAPL) App Store and Google (NAS: GOOG) Play platforms. Throughout the creative process, OBJE has worked to give gamers a voice in the app's development—including soliciting feedback on the game's early testing version, which is available to play online now at www.novalongames.com.

Through its gaming division, Obscene Interactive, OBJ Enterprises, Inc. is working to develop innovative products to service the fast-growing social gaming sector alongside companies such as Glu Mobile Inc. (NAS: GLUU) and Majesco Entertainment Co. (NAS: COOL) .

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About Obscene Interactive

Obscene Interactive, a subsidiary of OBJ Enterprises, Inc. (OTCBB: OBJE), is an emerging global developer of social gaming applications. OBJE's cutting-edge technology platform enables its titles to be accessible to a broad audience of consumers all over the world, supporting multiple platforms for universal appeal. Obscene Interactive is focused on delivering the best in social gaming solutions to the mass market. For investment information and performance data, please visit www.ObsceneInteractive.com/investors.html.

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OBJ Enterprises, Inc.
Paul Watson, 941-952-5825
President and CEO

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