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The good old days!

Saturday, April 4th, 2009

While we were going through our old garbage and cleaning up stuff, we came across our old iPaq 3760! The iPaq 3760 was one of the most high tech devices way back–combine an ARM processor with Windows CE OS and you need not carry a laptop anymore! This device was one of our first ever [...]

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Is Technology aging rapidly?

Tuesday, July 8th, 2008

At eSoft Interactive, itâ??s more than just releasing games to the public. There are many different things we have to be concerned about. Recently we upgraded our computers to Intel-Based MacBooks, which we are very proud to own. Since BootCamp is available for free, this allows us to have Windows XP, working hand in hand [...]

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We love Katamari!

Friday, January 25th, 2008

We know this is way off-topic but we would like you to check out this collection of photos about a Katamari Cake by Sherrying on her Flickr account. It’s really cool! Katamari Damacy was one of the games we were hooked on years back and we really can’t help posting this one because it made [...]

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Wanted: Beta Testers

Saturday, January 12th, 2008

Yes we are looking for more testers to join our beta team! If you have a Palm OS, Windows Mobile – Pocket PC, or a Smartphone device, and you love playing games; just drop us an email at beta(at)esoftinteractive(dot)com with the following information: 1)Complete name 2)Device make and model 3)Mobile games played or beta tested [...]

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