OBJE to Expand Sales Channels with New Acquisitions


OBJE to Expand Sales Channels with New Acquisitions

SARASOTA, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- OBJ Enterprises (OTCBB: OBJE), a fast-growing mobile gaming company, announced today that it is investigating promising new acquisition opportunities that could open up exciting new sales channels for the company.

The company is in talks with a development studio on the rise that specializes in the creation of unique mobile gaming apps designed to assist in the rehabilitation of patients suffering from traumatic brain injuries and other neurological disorders. OBJE views these innovative new games as a highly effective—and potentially, highly profitable—form of therapy that can help rebuild lives in a way never before seen.

"The gamification of physical therapy is the next great breakthrough in both healthcare and mobile applications," said OBJE CEO Paul Watson. "The touch-screen technology found in today's tablets and smartphones is ideal for skill-building such as hand-eye coordination and other neuroplasticity-based human functions that can be damaged in traumatic accidents and attacks, and we expect demand for these apps to explode.

"The market for these applications is brand-new and largely untapped, and OBJE will pursue it aggressively through wise acquisitions," he added.

OBJE is building a strong portfolio of mobile applications by working with developers such as FangTooth Studios and Novalon Games to create and distribute fun and engaging gaming apps. Phantasmic, the first game developed in-house by OBJE and Novalon, began earning revenues the same day it was released for Android devices last week. Bluff Wars 2.0, a hilariously addictive new word game, is set to debut later this month.

Obscene Interactive, OBJE's gaming division, is working to deliver a wide range of innovative gaming products for the Apple (NAS: AAPL) App Store and Google (NAS: GOOG) Play platforms alongside companies such as Glu Mobile Inc. (NADAQ: GLUU) and Electronic Arts (NAS: EA) .

About Obscene Interactive

Obscene Interactive, a subsidiary of OBJ Enterprises, Inc. (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.

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

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