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Screenshots of the game are available on request

To commemorate the South Africa World Cup of 2010, the leading UK based games design and development team at T-Enterprise recently announced the launch of a groundbreaking game. Known as 3D Penalty Save, it was the very first 3D football game ever to be released and has been a huge hit, especially in Holland.

We have been inundated with requests to send 3D glasses to users all over the world, especially to players in The Netherlands who are obviously incredibly keen to get the full experience of being in their first World Cup final since 1978.

T-Enterprise has received tens of thousands of requests for 3D glasses from Holland alone and can only imagine how excited the Dutch are about the World Cup right now given that they have achieved a place in the final. No other country has gone quite as football crazy as The Netherlands if the response to the 3D football game is anything to go by. Demand for glasses from the Dutch has easily outstripped the demand from most other countries.

Although we understand that users want to enjoy the game in 3D, it is unfortunately not possible to provide 3D glasses to fulfil every request that we have received and we are only able to send 3D glasses out to UK players.

3D Penalty Save is still available to play at http://www.t-enterprise.co.uk/3DPenaltySave.

Sadia Chishti, T-Enterprise’s Managing Director, has been surprised by the sheer number of requests that have been received.

“We always expected 3D Penalty Save to do well because of how crazy the world was going about the World Cup in addition to the fact that it is the first ever 3D football game available. However, we underestimated just how far the demand for 3D glasses would go, especially given the amazing response that we have received from the Dutch!

“As of today, we have fulfilled 50,000 requests for 3D glasses from UK users and sincerely apologise for the fact that we cannot fulfil requests from elsewhere in the world. However, we would like to reassure players that any 3D glasses will work just as well with the game so it is possible to enjoy 3D Penalty Save in all its glory.”

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.

In addition to releasing the first and only 3D World Cup game, T-Enterprise has also released a range of games based on other hot topics in the news. The latest, The Ultimate Big Brother Quiz, is based on the final series of Big Brother and the quest to find the ultimate Big Brother fan.

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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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