SOURCE: Signature Devices, Inc.

February 05, 2007 09:05 ET

Graffiti Entertainment, Video Game Subsidiary of Signature Devices, Receives Critical Acclaim; Top Press Calls 'Mazes of Fate' a "Must Buy" and "An Experience That Surpasses Most Other GBA RPG

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REDWOOD CITY, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- February 5, 2007 -- Graffiti Entertainment, LLC (www.GraffitiEntertainment.com), interactive entertainment and video game development and publishing subsidiary of Signature Devices, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SDVI) (www.signaturedevices.com), has received critical acclaim for "Mazes of Fate" for Nintendo Game Boy® Advance.

IGN.com, one of the largest online video game publications with some 4 million readers monthly, rates "Mazes of Fate" an 8.8 out 10 (http://rr.gameboy.ign.com/rrview/pocket/mazes_of_fate/848533/56194/). IGN states: "...Mazes of Fate comes highly recommended. It's an experience that surpasses most other GBA RPG titles."

Entertainment Depot, another widely read online publication, has rated "Mazes of Fate" a "Must Buy" rating it 9 on a 10 point scale. (http://www.entdepot.com/handheld/article_1953.php). Entertainment Depot states that Graffiti Entertainment "...has created an RPG worthy of our fondest memories of the genre, and even better, has made it portable on your GBA." "Mazes of Fate" has an MSRP of $29.95.

"We are delighted to earn top scores from respected online publications for 'Mazes of Fate,'" says Kenneth Hurley, CEO of both Signature Devices and Graffiti Entertainment. "We are ecstatic that RPG fans have also been thrilled with the game. We are taking advantage of the ever-increasing video game market, which 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 has shipped "Chain of Command: Eastern Front," "Red Jets" developed by Interactive Video Games (www.iavgames.com), and "Crazy Frog Racer." These PC games have an MSRP of $19.95 and $9.95. The company has also has shipped "Back To Stone," developed by Neko Entertainment (www.e-neko.com) for the Nintendo Game Boy® Advance, with an MSRP of $29.95.

Veteran game programmer Kenneth Hurley and several other industry veterans founded the 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, including "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 trendsetting titles with mass-market appeal. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Signature Devices, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SDVI) (www.signaturedevices.com) 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.

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