SOURCE: Signature Devices, Inc.

January 25, 2007 16:05 ET

"Chain of Command: Eastern Front" Video Game for the PC Shipping to Retailers From Graffiti Entertainment, Game Publishing Subsidiary of Signature Devices

REDWOOD CITY, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- January 25, 2007 -- Graffiti Entertainment, LLC (www.GraffitiEntertainment.com), the video game development and publishing subsidiary of Signature Devices, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SDVI) (www.signaturedevices.com), is shipping "Chain of Command: Eastern Front," a 3D Real Time Strategy (RTS) and combat game, to retailers' with an MSRP of $19.99.

"Chain of Command: Eastern Front," developed for the PC by Interactive Video Games (www.iavgames.com), is the follow-up game to the widely popular "Chain of Command," a historical WWII, 3D RTS and combat game. This new installment with Russian forces conducting 16 campaign missions against German forces will not disappoint RTS fans. Players take control of Russian forces during a campaign that stretches from USSR to Berlin. The game starts the player with a small squad of soldiers, and progressively introduces more troops until they are in command of a full attack force in the last of 16 missions.

Dimitri Criona, Graffiti Entertainment's Director of Sales, says, "Strategic combat/war themes are some of the most popular and best selling genres in gaming today. 'Chain of Command' uses the latest in artificial intelligence (AI) to pit the Soviets against the Germans in a highly detailed and realistic WWII scenarios. We look forward to getting this game on the shelves of the major retailers. We are extremely proud of our games and the tremendous entertainment value they represent."

"We are taking advantage of the ever increasing video game market," said Kenneth Hurley, CEO. "According to market research firm NPD Group, U.S. sales of software, hardware and accessories were up 19 percent to $12.5 billion in 2006. Graffiti Entertainment was established to widen our market share in this industry."

Veteran game programmer Kenneth Hurley and several other industry veterans founded Redwood City, CA-based Signature Devices, Inc. in 2002. Signature Devices, Inc. has a long list of noteworthy PC and Xbox game credits including "SAMURAI SHODOWN V" for Xbox, "King of Fighters '94 Rebout" for Xbox, "Farcry" and "Medal of Honor - Pacific Assault," and many others. In addition, its Graffiti Entertainment subsidiary publishes video games from independent developers. This includes "Crazy Frog Racer" for the PC, "Chain of Command: Eastern Front" for the PC, "Red Jets" for the PC, "Back To Stone" for the Nintendo Game Boy® Advance, and "Mazes of Fate" for the Nintendo Game Boy® Advance.

About Graffiti Entertainment LLC and Signature Devices, Inc.:

Based in Redwood City, Calif., Graffiti Entertainment, LLC (www.GraffitiEntertainment.com) is a full service developer and publisher of interactive entertainment software for advanced entertainment consoles. Its focus is on creating, developing, and publishing trend setting titles with mass-market appeal. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Signature Devices, Inc., that creates, develops and manufactures advanced information technology, including computer systems, software and electronics products. One of the company's premiere technologies includes a blend of hardware and software for Image generation technology used in video games and simulations. Additional information about the company is available at www.signaturedevices.com.

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