GameColony Inc. Announces Release of the New Spades Card Game

November 5, 2007, a premier provider of tournament-quality, competitive multi-player games of skill announced today that it has introduced its 23d online game - Spades.

Spades game first appeared in USA in 1930s and was later popularized by American GIs during and after the Second World War. Although Spades used to be mostly an American card game, the Internet helped Spades gain immense popularity internationally. Partnership Spades can hardly be a serious game in online environment as it is extremely susceptible to player collusion. Even a single individual can get two separate anonymous identities, posing as 2 partners in online Spades and consistently win against the opposing real partnership. Two-player online Spades offered at is completely collusion-proof. It is an exciting card game of skill for serious players.

Although Spades has been at site for less than a week, it has already proved to be extremely popular with players. Aside from quality graphics and cool animation, there's a whole new dimension of competitive entertainment - players can compete in various on-site tournaments to win cash prizes. presents a robust, competitive and fun environment to play & chat. Only games of skill, offered on, are conducted in a secure environment on a 24/7 basis. All games were developed with the latest Java technology, which allows players to launch them from most Internet browsers in just a few seconds. acts solely as an independent tournament host and leaves the outcome of every game in the players' hands. Participants never play against 'the house' and there's always a winner based on one's skilled performance.

GameColony's Java games can be launched and played on any Windows, Macintosh or Linux computers with any browser, requiring no downloads.

About GameColony:
Established in 1999, is an Internet provider of universally popular, competitive multi-player games of skill. The company offers a world-class online gaming destination where, just as in land-based tournaments, players pay an entry fee to compete for cash prizes. continuously expands its operation with new game offerings and has already awarded over $1,000,000 in prize money to players.

Twenty-three real-time games of skill are currently available at including: Spades, Solitaire, FreeCell, Cribbage, Canasta, Pool, Darts, Gin Rummy, Backgammon, Mahjong and Dominoes. games do not constitute gambling because they involve predominantly skill, as opposed to chance. tournaments are designed as interactive online entertainment for adults and are restricted to individuals of legal age in their respective jurisdiction. Players must also meet criteria for location eligibility in order to participate. offers a revenue-sharing program designed to complement the existing advertisement-based revenue and/or subscription stream for external sites that works best with our unique business model and provides a lucrative annuity-income opportunity for our partners.

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