SOURCE: Rotoblock Corporation

November 28, 2005 08:00 ET

Rotoblock Update on San Francisco International Auto Show From the Seacove Investor Relations Group

VANCOUVER, BC -- (MARKET WIRE) -- November 28, 2005 -- Seacove Investor Relations is pleased to announce that the Rotoblock (OTC BB: ROTB) Oscillating Piston Engine (OPE) prototype and fully functional second generation engine gathered exceptionally high interest at the San Francisco International Auto Show. The Seacove IR team attended the auto show in the opening days of the event interacting with an unexpected high volume of engineers, car enthusiasts and scientists who were given a complete running model presentation on an electric powered first generation prototype. With crankcase casing and cylinder head removed, the public was able to view the OPE's internal combustion sequence, powerstroke and crankcase assembly in motion to better understand the second generation engine's potential as the next generation of combustion engines.

About Rotoblock Corporation

Rotoblock is focused on the continued development and improvement of the Oscillating Piston Engine to the state where its mechanical, ecological and economic viability leads to the profitable licensing of the manufacturer's rights to a proprietary patented design or a partnership for its manufacture. The company was incorporated in Nevada, is headquartered in Santa Rosa, California, and has its operating labs in Vancouver, Canada. The Company has full rights to the patents of the original Oscillating Piston Engine and believes the Rotoblock Oscillating Piston Engine has particular and useful applications in developing countries such as China and India and will be including these areas in the marketing and commercialization phase of this engine. Visit Rotoblock's corporate website for details about the company, technology, and regulatory filings. The address is:

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Contact Information

    Rotoblock Corporation
    Tony R. Collins
    (877) 511-0110