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Save Wimbledon’s Centre Court In New Viral Game
T-Enterprise, the Glasgow based games design and development company, is renowned for its topical and fun games and has now released a brand new viral game that takes inspiration from Wimbledon or more specifically the brand new roof over Centre Court.

Centre Court Meteor Smash features the Wimbledon Centre Court under attack from a killer meteor shower. It takes 8 minutes to put the brand new roof over the court in place, but until then it is down to you to save the grass from absolute destruction by batting the meteors away.

The game throws meteor after meteor at you for the 8 minutes it takes for the roof to close but any one that makes it past your racket will damage the grass. It takes only 3 meteors to ruin Wimbledon so you must use your racket to hit them away!

This is the latest free viral game released by T-Enterprise and can be found at http://www.t-enterprise.co.uk/wimbledonroof

T-Enterprise’s Managing Director Sadia Chishti has been as glued to Wimbledon as the rest of the nation.

“Being a Scot, I have been tuned in for every match Andy Murray’s played in this year and am rooting for him to bring some pride back to British tennis. I watched the match he played under the new Centre Court roof as well but couldn’t believe some of the information we were given about it”

“It’s great that we have the roof but I couldn’t believe that it takes 8 minutes to move across. What if we had thunder rain in the meantime? The court would be wet! I mentioned it to the team and someone joked about a meteor shower… so we put it into a new game to see just what would happen!”

To play this free game, just line the tennis racket up with the path of the meteor using your mouse and then left click to hit it away.

For every meteor you manage to hit, you get a point and can watch your score build up. They will come faster though and if you happen to let 3 through then you lose. The grass would be too damaged to play on.

T-Enterprise employs six people and works with businesses in a range of industries across the UK.

The company sends out free topical viral games every week, based on events in the news.

One of the most recent featured Big Brother 10’s Sree, whom players had to reject a little better than fellow housemate Noirin had been doing in the house.

You can sign up to receive news and links to the latest free game releases at www.t-enterprise.co.uk/corporate-technology/fabnewsletter.as....

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NOTES TO EDITORS

• For any further information please contact Zarrar Chishti on 0141 771 9888 or email
zarrar@t-enterprise.co.uk
• A company fact file and images are available at www.t-enterprise.co.uk/press
• Screen shots are available

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