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January 13th, 2000

[6:00 AM] Don't Grouse About The Mouse In Your House When You Could Have A CastleMouse
by Staff

Jig Interactive has released a new version of their puzzle game, CastleMouse. The new version, 2.0, includes several new features and other improvements. According to Jig Interactive:

Bringing its classic game of cat and mouse into the next millennium, Jig Interactive today released CastleMouse 2000, in both a full downloadable and free Web version. The game starts out simply enough - just scare the mouse in the hole with the cat. But enter the dog, bear, lion, and elephant and things get a little more complicated!

Shipping with 300 puzzles, new ones are added each week, so the challenge never ends. Net aware features let users can post their own levels, hints, and solutions.

Further building a sense of CastleMouse Community users can discuss the game on the in-game message board, or compare their stats with CastleMousers around the world.

With a different puzzle to try every day, this puzzler takes a pounding and keeps on confounding.

You can find more information on the game at the CastleMouse web site. CastleMouse is priced at US$19.95.


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