Wyn Developments Inc.

Wyn Developments Inc.

November 10, 2005 10:21 ET

Wyn Developments Encouraged by Gravity Survey Results of Hearne Channel High Grade Nickel Prospect

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(CCNMatthews - Nov. 10, 2005) - Wyn Developments Inc. (TSX VENTURE:WL)(PINK SHEETS:WYDPF) -

The Company announces the initial results of a gravity survey which was conducted over its Hearne Channel high-grade nickel prospect in the Northwest Territories.

The Company's Hearne Channel Nickel Prospect has a history of high-grade nickel production. The nickel occurs in the form of niccolite (NiAs) and is generally found in lenses and pods, which are believed to be structurally controlled. The relatively small aerial extent of these pods makes detection by conventional exploration methods difficult. Niccolite in the Hearne Channel routinely assays up to 40% nickel. One feature of niccolite is its high specific gravity of 7.8, which provided a foundation for the Company and its geologists to conduct this gravity survey to identify possible niccolite bodies in the area. Wyn Developments' Hearne Channel and Easter Island prospect area is comprised of 12,656 acres. The Company recently staked an additional 7,746 acres west of the original property.

The gravity survey was initiated in August, 2005, (See Press Release dated August 25th, 2005, "Wyn Developments Marks Exploration Progress....", and was surveyed over a distance of 15.0 line kilometers. Line spacing was 50 metres and sample readings were taken at 25-metre intervals. Four gravity anomalies stand out and warrant further investigation. Anomaly 2 (as described in SJ Report, "Gravity Survey on the Hearne Channel Property," September, 2005) displays single-station gravity anomaly highs located on line 9-00N, 9-50N and 10-00N at station 2-00E. This gravity anomaly occurs over a 50- metre strike length (open to the north) and could possibly represent a previously undiscovered niccolite pod. Geologically, this anomaly conforms to the known size of previously exploited niccolite pods in this area.

Another possible target of interest is identified on line 150N to 300N inclusive. Although relatively weak in amplitude, it has a much larger area footprint approximately 150 metres across. This particular anomaly is most clearly defined on line 250N, appearing as an asymmetrical peak, extending from station 50W to 125E and about 0.28 mgals in amplitude. Lower amplitude anomalies of similar width are observed on lines 150N, 250N and 300N. Three-D forwarding modeling here suggests that along 250N this anomaly could be generated by a plate-like niccolite body 75 metres wide, 120 metres long and 4 metres thick. It dips at a shallow angle (equals 18 degrees) to the west and approaches to within 20 metres of the surface. There is no unique solution or interpretation here. It is more likely that the source is not a single plate but a thick layer that is folded and contorted along its strike length. It could be comprised of a series of closely spaced pods that align and form a plate-like body.

Wyn Developments and its geological consultants are extremely encouraged with these gravity survey results. A Phase Two Exploration Program is presently being designed, which will include better definition of the gravity anomalies by a 5-metre by 5-metre gravity survey, followed by a diamond drilling program.

George Nicholson, P.Geo. of Vancouver, B.C. who is the Company's Qualified Person on this project as required under NI43-101 has reviewed the technical information in this press release. Wyn Developments has in place a rigorous QA/QC program consistent with National Institute 43-101 and uses Best Industry Practice.

On Behalf of the Board of Directors

Daniel Kesonen, President

This communication to shareholders and the public contains certain forward-looking statements. Actual results may differ materially from those indicated by such statements. All statements, other than statements of historical fact, included herein, including, without limitations statements regarding future production, are forward looking statements that involve various risks and uncertainties. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. The TSX Venture Exchange has not reviewed and does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

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