Award Winning creators of CosyKiller Subscription box launch second Kickstarter Campaign to fund the story for Year 2

The Story Unfolds from year 1

Box 1 in the story includes a burned journal

The second box reveals more in the story.

Red Herring Games launches second Kickstarter Campaign today to fund the development of the second story. Pledges also include the option to travel in time!

GRIMSBY, N.E. LINCS, UK, September 7, 2018 / — Award winning Red Herring Games launches their second Kickstarter project to fund the development of the second year of the popular Cosykiller murder mystery subscription box.

Cosykiller launched last year after a successful kickstarter campaign in the autumn and the firm look set to achieve their goal within days of launching their second campaign.

“We’ve had such fantastic feedback from players” Jo Smedley, managing director said. “Cosykiller is incredibly popular and has had some fantastic reviews by some of our committed armchairs sleuths. It’s an immersive puzzle game quite unlike any other.”

The unique subscription engages individual players in a self-driven investigation which requires all their intelligence and perception.

Unlike many role playing games on the market which are utilising modern gadgetry, Red Herring Games have returned to the old fashioned era of deduction, presenting the players with documents and artefacts from a bygone era they try to discover the perpetrators of a cold case.

“Digital is no longer a key driver,” Said managing director Jo Smedley, “We knew we were never going to compete with the likes of VR headsets or X-box style games. But what we’ve found is people don’t actually want that. They want to feel part of something special. They want to be immersed in story in a way that only a physical item held in the hand can provide. Last year the story was India based and we included all sorts of spices in the boxes to give the scent of India as the story unfolded. It hit all the senses. And the players have thoroughly enjoyed it – many backed year 2 within minutes of the project launching on Kickstarter.”

Pledges for this year’s Kickstarter also include the option for people to get involved in the spin off project launched by the firm: Cosycruise! A pledge of £350 will give backers the opportunity to join the Red Herring Games team as they bring the first year of Cosykiller to life.”

“After a year trying to solve the mystery of what happened to Marie Jones in India – this is a great chance to meet her in the flesh.” Jo Smedley said.

You don’t need to have played the first year of Cosykiller to enjoy the cruise as the story is set before Marie disappeared.

“It’s designed as a prequel.” Jo Smedley said. “We didn’t want to exclude non-players, but we also wanted to give Cosykiller players a chance to meet the real Marie. The actress playing Marie also provided all the sketches and paintings which were used within our first story – so they really will get to meet the genuine article!”

Cosykiller is the only fully immersive subscription box aimed at the solo sleuth, but it’s also great fun for families and small groups.

“Families and small groups can work together to puzzle out the boxes.” Jo Smedley said. “We imagine over the course of the year players might end up producing their own version of an incident board to help them puzzle through the mystery.”

The company has launched the project on Kickstarter on the 7th September. With only three weeks to run, Red Herring Games are appealing to those interested in joining in with this or last year’s story to pledge now.

Jo Smedley
Red Herring Games LTD
01472 348909
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Promo trailer for the next story

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Gold and silver reign supreme at Holabird Western Americana Collections' Americana auction held Aug. 24th-26th in Reno

The only existing large Rothchild & Sons silver ingot, 966 fine, 1098.3 troy ounces, with a 1935 date stamp ($23,500).

Chinese gold unicorn coin, one pure ounce, one of 1,000 minted by the China Mint Company ($3,375).

Set of 14 Confederate Air Force pure silver coins, commemorating legendary World War II aircraft ($2,125).

Vintage mini squash blossom necklace, circa 1940s, with small fork ($8,125).

Elvis Presley limited-edition commemorative 24kt gold-plated silver record disc, in a case, issued by the Lincoln Mint ($531).

A large and rare Rothchild & Sons silver ingot from 1935 soared to $23,500, while a Chinese gold unicorn coin weighing one troy ounce realized $3,375.

RENO, NV, UNITED STATES, September 6, 2018 / — RENO, Nev. – Silver and gold lots reigned supreme at Holabird Western Americana Collections’ Americana auction, held August 24th-26th in Reno, as a Rothchild & Sons silver ingot from 1935 soared to $23,500, a Chinese gold unicorn coin weighing one troy ounce realized $3,375, and a World War II Confederate Air Force set of 14 silver coins, each one troy ounce, brought $2,125.

The auction, which marked the beginning of Holabird’s summer-fall-winter season, was packed with a number of major collections – over 2,100 lots in all. The event was held online as well as in Holabird’s gallery at 3555 Airway Drive. Internet bidding was provided by,, eBay Live and Phone and absentee bids were also be accepted.

Day 1, which contained all the abovenamed top lots, featured 14 lots of gaming collectibles, 13 saloon collectibles, 121 lots of rare vintage and antique bottles, 201 lots of tokens and 387 lots of numismatic items, to include bank bags, coins, books, checks, ingots, medals, mint and proof coin sets, popular “so-called” dollars, scales, currency, scrip, commemoratives and ephemera.

The Rothchild & Sons 1935 silver ingot was a discovery piece out of the Chicago area and is possibly the only existing large Rothchild silver ingot. And large it was, measuring 14 inches by 5 ½ inches by 3 ½ inches, .966 fine and weighing a stout 1098.3 troy ounces. The ingot had the Rothchild & Son hallmark in a double circle, the date inside a rectangle, and a serial # (R5170).

The Chinese gold unicorn coin, one of 1,000 minted by the China Mint Company, is legal tender in the People’s Republic of China, with a face value of 100 yuan. Measuring 32 mm in diameter and 99.9 percent pure gold by composition, the coin showed a beautiful standing unicorn above foliage on the obverse and a dragon on the reverse. It was housed in its original velvet-lined box.

The set of 14 Confederate Air Force (or “Ghost Squadron”) coins commemorated a group of legendary aircraft from the U.S., England and Germany during World War II. The obverse designs on the .999 pure silver coins each commemorated a different airplane. The set came in a large clamshell case; the white satin inside cover showed the crest of the Confederate Air Force.

Following are additional highlights from the auction, which posted an overall gross of $256,435. All prices quoted include the buyer’s premium.

A silver colored paperweight weighing 15.87 troy ounces (but possibly silver-plated copper) sold for $625. Some of the highest relief of the plating was worn off, showing a copper-colored metal. Also, a one-peso Filipino coin in the key 1906-S date, graded VF, changed hands for $1,562, and a pale aqua New Almaden Mineral Water bottle (circa 180-1872, San Jose, Calif.), brought $625.

Tokens were hugely popular with collectors. Top achievers included an Abbott & Davis (Fort Davis, Tex.) token good for “1 dollar in M’D’S’E” ($1,562); an early and rare trade token for Moore & Sweet (Fort Quitman, Tex.) from 1871 ($1,062); and two tokens that showed steer heads: for Neff & Guff (Austin, Tex., $375) and one for Fred Schmidt (San Angelo, Tex., $732).

Day 2, on Saturday, August 25th, contained 112 lots of cowboy collectibles, 64 lots of firearms and weaponry, 63 lots of militaria, 19 general foreign lots and more than 450 lots of general Americana, to include advertising items, bonds, books, entertainment industry, Gold Rush, lamps, glassware and flatware, jewelry and watches, sheet music, tools and vintage apparel.

An Elvis Presley limited-edition commemorative 24kt gold-plated silver record disc, weighing three troy ounces and showing Don’t Be Cruel on one side and Hound Dog on the other, issued by The Lincoln Mint and contained in a 6 ½ inch square cherry-finished wood box, made $531.

A carte de visite of plantation owner, slave trader and Texas army colonel James Fannin, of the only known painting of Fannin done when he was at West Point, commanded $688. Col. Fannin fought in three battles against Mexican forces in 1835. He was captured and executed in 1836.

Day 3, on Sunday, August 26th, was brimming with 260 lots of mining collectibles, 19 mineral specimen lots, 46 lots of railroadiana, 15 lots of Wells Fargo & Express, 11 lots of postal history, 15 lots of political memorabilia, 10 lots of World’s Fair and Expositions, 12 lots of artwork, 67 lots of Native Americana and 127 lots of what Holabird called “bargains and dealer specials.”

A vintage mini squash blossom necklace with all hand-stamped and formed squash blossoms set with turquoise stones, crafted circa the 1940s, breezed to $8,125. The naja of the 24-inch-long necklace was set with green turquoise stones and the lot came with a silver and turquoise fork.

A circa 1885 oak-framed chromo-litho poster for the California Powder Works – the first U.S. explosive powder manufacturing company west of the Rocky Mountains – finished at $6,000. The poster, which probably hung in a saloon or mining office, boasted lovely soft pastel colors.

Numerous important collections will be offered over the course of several seasons and multiple auctions at Holabird. These will include the Medallic Arts/Northwest Territorial Mint Reference Ingot Collection, the James Mackie Art & Western Americana Collection, the R.B. Worthington Texas Token Collection, the Ken Prag American Stock Certificate Collection and several others.

“The Prag collection of American stock certificates will inarguably be the highlight of the fall and winter sales,” said Fred Holabird of Holabird Western Americana Collections, adding, “One of every stock he ever handled is in the collection, untouched and unpicked. As usual, we’re also offering a wide variety of his duplicate material in the dealer/bargain section of the catalogs.”

Other collections to be sold in future sales will include the Falcone Medal Collection, more of the Hawaii Numismatic Collection, the Daniel Manassillian collection of tokens and Americana, cowboy collectibles from three collections (spurs, saddles, saddle bags, etc), antique bottles from the Rod Stock and other collections, and the Jim Clark collection of entertainment collectibles.

Holabird Western Americana is always seeking quality bottle, advertising, Americana and coin consignments for future auctions. To consign a single piece or a collection, you may call Fred Holabird at 775-851-1859 or 844-492-2766; or, you can e-mail him at To learn more about Holabird Western Americana's upcoming auctions, visit

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Fred Holabird
Holabird Western Americana, LLC
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Troy Promotions set to launch the Falling for Fall Arts & Crafts Show this September

Premier events company Troy Promotions has announced that the ‘Falling for Fall’ Arts and Crafts Show will take place this September in Springfield, Virginia.

“Come on down & see for yourself! Spend a relaxing day shopping our vendors with light background music for you listening pleasure.”, said Thomas Troy Dent as he highlights interesting event features.”

— Thomas Troy Dent – Troy Promotions

SPRINGFIELD, VA, UNITED STATES, September 6, 2018 / — ‘Falling for Fall’ Arts and Crafts Show is a two-day event that showcases a unique juried exhibition of 60-80 local and regional artisans and crafters. Browse a wide variety of spectacular offerings: wood, pottery, fiber, glass, metalworks, paintings, photography, jewelry and more.

The event will take place on Saturday September 22, 2018 and Sunday September 23, 2018, at the Springfield Town Center in the parking lot off the Springfield Mall Drive entrance next to JC Penney Loisdale parking structure in Springfield, Virginia.

At the event there will be exquisite arts and crafts, music, and a variety of cuisines in a portion of the parking lot at the very popular Springfield Town Center. Customer Show bucks drawing is also featured: $100 drawing every hour for participating customers on both days, to be used towards purchases from winners favorite show vendors.

“Falling for Fall Arts & Crafts Show is in its second year and the sister event to the Springing for Spring Arts & Crafts Show and offers some of the best Arts & Crafts in the industry by many of your favorite local & regional Artists & Crafters”, said Thomas Troy Dent, President and founder.

As part of the rules, customers will sign up for Customer Show Bucks Drawing upon arrival at the Falling for Fall Arts & Crafts Show information booth. Customers may only submit one entry per day for Customer show bucks drawings.

For more information on the event, visit the website at

About Troy Promotions
Troy promotions is a premiere events promotions company. It was established in the fall of 2016 by Thomas Troy Dent, a successful company owner and award-winning jewelry designer. Dent has a vast amount of experience in many industries: retail management, general operations management, Personal Assistant to Lily Tomlin, accounting/tax operations with Andersen, and commercial property management.

Thomas Troy Dent
Troy Promotions LLC
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Crescent City Auction Gallery's September 22nd-23rd sale in New Orleans will be befitting of a 10th anniversary auction

Rare oil on window shade painting rendered circa 1950 by renowned folk artist Clementine Hunter.

Russian icon of the Virgin Akhtirskaya, made in Moscow circa 1896-1908 by Ivan Khlebnikov.

Exceptional early 19th century French Louis XV-style gilt bronze three-piece clock set.

Massive pair of 20th century Chinese cloisonne cranes, 96 inches tall.

Patinated bronze and bone figure by the German sculptor Otto Hoffmann (1885-1915).

This auction marks Crescent City’s 10th year in business and will be held online and in the firm’s gallery located at 1330 St. Charles Avenue in New Orleans.

NEW ORLEANS , LA, UNITED STATES, September 6, 2018 / — NEW ORLEANS, La. – A Russian icon of the Virgin Akhtirskaya made in Moscow between 1896 and 1908, a rare oil on window shade painting rendered circa 1950 by the renowned folk artist Clementine Hunter, and an early 19th century French Louis XV-style gilt bronze three-piece clock set are expected top lots in Crescent City Auction Gallery’s upcoming Sept. 22-23 auction.

This auction marks Crescent City’s 10th year in business and will be held online as well as in the firm’s gallery located at 1330 St. Charles Avenue in New Orleans, starting at 10 am Central time both days. The sale will feature hand-selected fine art and antiques, to include property from Oak Alley Plantation; a Gulf Breeze, Florida estate; and the estate of Dr. Ball of Jackson, Mississippi.

With a pre-sale estimate of $40,000-$60,000, the Russian icon is a strong candidate for top lot of the auction. Made by the Russian artisan Ivan Khlebnikov and measuring 40 inches tall by 27 inches wide, the oklad weighs 11 pounds. Another Russian icon in the sale – of Saint Nicholas (St. Petersburg, circa 1855), 14 inches by 12 ¼ inches, is expected to sell for $15,000-$25,000. In all, CCAG will offer over 20 icons on Saturday, September 22nd.

Clementine Hunter (Am., 1887-1988) is a folk art icon who is often called the black Grandma Moses, since both artists lived to be 100 years old. Her painting in the sale, Saturday Night at the Honky Tonk, is signed lower right and measures 34 ½ inches by 37 ½ inches. It was exhibited Zigler Art Museum, Jennings, LA: "Exploring Clementine," March 2010 and carries an estimate of $30,000-$50,000.

The Louis XV-style French three-piece clock set is exceptional and comprises a clock and two candelabra. The set is expected to bring $7,000-$12,000. Also up for bid will be French and American period furniture, estate jewelry and watches, French clocks, lamps and lighting, sterling silver, and original paintings, many of them by New Orleans and other regional artists.

The 10th anniversary auction features a merchandise mix that will include a massive and scarce pair of 20th century Chinese cloisonné cranes, 96 inches tall (est. $10,000-$20,000); Newcomb Pottery cases by Henrietta Bailey and Sadie Irvine; and two shotguns, one an 1895 Winchester lever action model 95 and the other a William Powell percussion cap 20 bore shotgun, 1815-1845.

The estate jewelry features an 18kt yellow gold diamond and enamel strawberry brooch; ladies’ 14kt gold wristwatches; a Tiffany & Company 18kt yellow gold and diamond leaf brooch designed by Angela Cummings; and a Tiffany & Company 18kt yellow gold link bracelet.

The men’s wristwatches include a Rolex model 1601 stainless steel and 18kt yellow gold Oyster Perpetual Datejust watch; an Omega stainless steel Seamaster professional chronometer; and not one but two Omega Seamaster Professional 300 M ‘Bond’ stainless steel automatic wristwatches.

Original artwork by New Orleans painters will feature an oil on canvas by Simon Gunning (b. 1956), titled French Quarter Scene with Buggy, signed lower right and 48 inches by 36 inches (est. $4,000-$8,000); and an oil on paper by Henry Casselli (b. 1946), titled Portraits of Durphy, signed upper right by Casselli and measuring 19 inches by 28 ½ inches (est. $3,000-$5,000).

An oil on wood panel by Louisiana artist Hunt Slonem (b. 1951), titled Metallic Bunnies, signed and dated verso and measuring 27 ½ inches by 19 ½ inches, has an estimate of $4,000-$8,000. Also, a patinated bronze and bone figure by the German sculptor Otto Hoffmann (1885-1915), titled Pierrot Dancer, 13 ½ inches tall, signed on the rear of the base, should hit $6,000-$9,000.

Additional New Orleans and regional artists in the sale include such notables as Alexander J. Drysdale, Rhoda Brady Stokes, H. Alvin Sharpe, Colette Pope Heldner, Knute Heldner and others. In addition to the Clementine Hunter painting already described, there are other works by the artist in the auction: including a post-1980 oil on canvas titled Traveling by Mule (est. $3,000-$5,000).

French furniture pieces will feature a Louis XV-style walnut bowfront commode (circa 1770); a Louis XV-style carved walnut arbalete (double-curved shape) bombe commode (circa 1750); an 18th century French provincial carved walnut blutoir sideboard; and a 19th century Louis XV-style inlaid cherry vaisselier.

American furniture will be led by a Southern Louisiana Creole carved walnut armoire from the 18th century (and later), pulled from a local Faubourg Marigny estate and believed to be one of the original homes built by Bernard Xavier Philippe de Marigny de Mandeville in the early 19th century (est. $5,000-$8,000); and a highly carved oak Jacobean sideboard, crafted circa 1890 and attributed to R.J. Horner (N.Y.), 85 inches in height by 77 inches in width (est. $1,800-$2,500).

Fans of sterling silver will be impressed with the extraordinary late 19th century sterling punch bowl by Whiting (#2958), able to hold 20 pints, just over 15 inches in diameter and weighing a stout 129 troy ounces (est. $4,000-$8,000); and the set of a dozen sterling goblets from the early 20th century by Frank W. Smith (#G59), weighing a combined 51.5 troy ounces (est. $1,000-$2,000).

A few more notable lots include a rare Robert E. Lee autographed carte de visite from 1866, by Vannerson and Jones in Richmond, Va. (est. $3,000-$5,000); a lithographed map with written notations from 1860 by William H. Williams (1817-1886), titled Plan of the City of Jefferson (Jefferson Parish, then New Orleans), one of four known to exist; and a French Empire-style gilt bronze and crystal 5-light Corebeille chandelier, 20th century, 27 inches tall (est. $1,500-$2,500).

For those unable to attend in person, online bidding will be provided by, and Previews will be held Thursday, Sept. 13th, thru Friday, Sept. 21st (except on Sunday, when the gallery is closed), from 10-5 (Central). A late evening preview will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 19th, until 7 pm. Absentee and phone bids will be taken until Sept. 21st at 1 pm.

A printed catalog is available on request. Crescent City Auction Gallery is always seeking quality consignments for future auctions. To consign a single item, an estate or a collection, you may call them at (504) 529-5057; or, you can send an e-mail inquiry to

For more information about Crescent City Auction Gallery and the September 22nd-23rd 10th anniversary September auction, visit Updates posted often.

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Adam Lambert
Crescent City Auction Gallery
(504) 529-5057
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Imagol Set to Achieve Breakthrough in the Photo Marketplace

Imagol is Revolutionizing the Photography World With the Next-gen Blockchain-based P2P Image Marketplace.

With Imagol, the supply & demand of stock images will be governed by a shared economy which will eventually lead to a decentralized, truly secured and open market.”

— Jack Derong, a co-founder of Imagol

SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE, September 5, 2018 / — Imagol is a blockchain-based decentralized P2P image marketplace which will enable photographers to get rid of photo piracy, copyright violation and most importantly enable them to enjoy a larger share of profits on the sale of their creations. The platform will facilitate easy monetization of photos and make the most of everyone’s creation by featuring them as micro-stock collections.

Photographers struggling with low payment from big photo stock companies and photo piracy issues can finally heave a sigh of relief. A new blockchain platform, Imagol, is all set to revolutionize the current stock photography world with its futuristic decentralized P2P image marketplace that will make the best use of resources and prevent the wastage of 2.5 trillion photos which are predicted (Deloitte TMT prediction) to become “wasted resource” in near future.

The platform will enable photographers to be in complete control of the pricing and rights to their creations. With Imagol, everyone and anyone will be able to snap & sell as well as search and buy photos and photos will become conveniently more affordable.

Powered by blockchain-enabled P2P stock library network, the Imagol suite will enable two willing parties, buyer, and photographer, to transact directly with one another without the interference of a 3rd party agency. The platform caters to emerging, aspiring and established photographers worldwide and anybody confident about his/her photography skills can showcase his/her work on Imagol and monetize it with the fairest remuneration.

Jack Derong, a co-founder of Imagol, had this to say about the application:

“We are excited to introduce our next-generation Imagol application suite to the world. It’s a revolutionary blockchain-based photo selling, social networking DApps ad marketplace which aims to redefine the way conventional stock photo library works and for the better. Our platform is designed to build a sustainable ecosystem for both photographers and users which will extend a win-win solution for both”

According to Mr. Derong, Imagol is launched to resolve the main problems plaguing the current photography industry. The present stock photography scene is under the claws of big companies that demand a high premium from buyers but return just a fraction of the selling price to photographers.

Mr. Derong continues;

“The big stock photo companies today gobble up a whopping 85% of the sales amount while photographers are left with a meager 15%. As a result, many photographers are discouraged to pursue their art which eventually brings their entire career to a big question mark.”

The Imagol team is driven by the mission to disrupt the current world of photography with its decentralized environment which will assure that it’s the photographers who will get the 85% of the sales amount.

“With Imagol, the supply & demand of stock images will be governed by a shared economy which will eventually lead to a decentralized, truly secured and open market.”

Another major problem that Imagol will solve is the rising issue of photo piracy.

“Photo piracy is a burning issue today and even some of the copyrighted photos have been the victims of deliberate or accidental theft. The sad part is photographers can’t always afford to pay for expensive litigations to protect their work. And this is where Imagol comes to the rescue.”

Powered by blockchain & smart contract technology, Imagol will allow contributors to exercise full control of their creations to eliminate photo piracy and copyright violation issues.

Derong finishes:

“Thanks to smart contract technology, Imagol can assure better IP protection for contributors which will further attract more contributors to our portal. Through digital provenance facilitated by our platform, photographers can ensure no copyright abuse of the digital images sold, and buyers will also have the opportunity to track the originality of a digital image to ensure an authentic purchase.”

Unlike its potential competitors, Imagol knows with many barriers removed, everyone can be a good photographer now not only professional photographers. Besides, Imagol has gone a step further by introducing a social network in the community. The “social” quotient will invariably help the Imagol community to grow faster as well as acquire and maintain more active users.

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Valeria Mingova
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Introducing Imagol – The blockchain based marketplace for photos

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Arcade Islands: Volume One now Available for Digital Download on Xbox One and PlayStation®4 System

Collection of 33 games for up to four players offers wholesome fun for families and kids of all ages

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, UNITED STATES, September 5, 2018 / — Video game publisher and developer Mastiff is delighted to announce that Arcade Islands: Volume One, the ultimate collection of 33 kid and family-friendly games for up to four players, is now available for digital download on the Xbox One family of devices including the Xbox One X, and the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system from Sony, for $19.99.

Download on PlayStation 4:
Download on Xbox One:

“Arcade Islands is a wholesome and fun game that’s perfect suited for quality parent-child play time,” states Mastiff president and CEO, Bill Swartz. “It’s a great solution for busy parents who need a break and don’t want to worry about their children being exposed to explicit violence and mature themes. It’s also great for quick gaming bursts with a group of friends.”

Arcade Islands: Volume One features six exotic islands filled with fun games and treasure waiting for adventurers of all skill levels. Players can explore the islands solo, invite a group of friends over for some local co-op and competitive gameplay, or round up the troops for some wholesome family gaming.

Players race across island maps in their quest to be crowned Island Ruler, discover Treasure to proudly display in their Treasure Hut, and topple their friend's scores and the scores of players from around the world to gain online leaderboard fame. In the process, players will unlock new islands filled with a variety of new games. Fill up the Treasure Hut with Treasure from all 33 games and become the ultimate master of Arcade Islands: Volume One!

• Tons of Games! Climb, run, jump, blast, rocket, outwit, and even putt your way through 33 games spread out across six fun-filled Islands
• Explore and Collect! Earn stars by playing games to unlock treasure, new Islands, and even more games
• Island Hop with Friends! Join up to three other players for friendly competitive or cooperative play with just one system and one copy of the game
• Claim the Crown! Fill your Treasure Hut with bounty from every game and climb atop the online leaderboards to be crowned Ruler of the Island
Visit for key information, video, screenshots, and more. Shoot the island breeze, participate in weekly giveaways, and hang loose with Arcade Islands: Volume One on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

About Mastiff
Mastiff is a publisher of fun, easy-to-pick-up-and-play games on all platforms including those from Sony Interactive Entertainment Inc., Microsoft, Nintendo, PC, and online gaming. Founded in 2002, having recently celebrated their 15th Anniversary, Mastiff is proud to have released games in virtually every genre including action, adventure, casual, FPS, RPG, and music.

About Teyon
Teyon is a developer and digital publisher of video games for major platforms. Established in 2006 in Krakow, Poland, the company has since expanded, with offices in Lodz, Poland and Tokyo, Japan, which employ over 70 gaming enthusiasts. Using proprietary cross-platform technology, Teyon has been able to successfully release over 100 self-developed titles and has localized many more. For more information, visit

Gameplay and graphics © 2018 Teyon. The name Arcade Island is a trademark of Mastiff, LLC. Trademarks are properties of their respective owners.


Note to press: Assets for Arcade Islands: Volume One can be downloaded from

To request a review key, please use the contact information below and be sure to include your media outlet and platform preference.

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New Bounce House Company Brings Affordable Party Options for Georgia Families

Huge Bounce Houses for Small Rental Prices

PEACHTREE CITY, GEORGIA, USA, September 5, 2018 / — Peachtree City, GA:, relocated from Tampa, FL, and has opened its doors to serve the greater Atlanta area. This family owned and operated company is dedicated to offering clean, safely insured inflatable fun for a price anyone can afford.

• Oversized bounces
• Waterslides,
• Climbing walls
• Bungees,
• Obstacles, and more!
Lowest industry rental prices in the area, Guaranteed!

Here are what your neighbors have to say:
“…I called and they delivered two inflatables an hour later!!! Totally SAVED THE DAY!” – Bryan Collazo
“Great professional company, fast set up… all the kids enjoyed it! Will definitely rent again.” -Luisa Osorio
“They brought tables, chairs, generators, even water balloons- they made our company picnic professional AND fun” – The Rinegold Corp.

• Extended Booking Hours
• 24 Hour Customer Service
• Last Minute Accommodations
• Varied Start & End times
• Package Deals
Used by schools, churches, or business to amp the fun and appeal of their larger events and just as perfect family reunions and birthdays.

About Your Company: is a new coinvent affordable bounce house rental company serving the greater Atlanta area. There are always packages and special offers, so definitely check them out!

Steven Carter
Bounce4Fun LLC
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Money Doctor Neil Gallagher, Financial Planning Guru, helps Sponsor 10th Anniversary Spectacular Senior Follies

Reminiscent of the legendary Ziegfeld Follies and performed by talented individuals aged 55 and better!

RICHARDSON, TX, UNITED STATES, September 4, 2018 / — Money Doctor Neil Gallagher, founder of Gallagher Financial Group Inc., along with the great City of Richardson Cultural Arts Commission, proudly sponsor and celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Spectacular Senior Follies— September 20-23rd.

“Inspired by the turn-of-the-twentieth-century Folies Bergère of Paris, the Spectacular Senior Follies were conceived and mounted by Ned Startzel and Mark Carroll,” Gallagher reports. “The Follies is unique in that it only features performers 55 and older and will attempt in 2018 to set the Guinness World Records for this claim to fame.”

With a cast of 150 talented men and women, and spectacular live music, the Senior Follies is also famous for their display of many beautiful chorus girls, commonly known as The Showgirls. Together the dedicated team enhances and enriches the arts by producing a broad range of high quality theatrical, artistic productions that entertain, educate, enrich, and promote diversity.

“Our goal is to preserve the traditions and legacy of the American performing arts for future generations, provide community outreach that inspires all age groups, educate by example, and reinforce the vibrancy of seniors by presenting high quality performances with senior entertainers 55 and older,” Gallagher concludes.

To participate in this year’s event:

Eisemann Center for Performing Arts
2351 Performance Drive
Richardson, TX 75082
972-744-4650 x4

Aurora DeRose
Aurora DeRose
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Laugh Factory Comedy Camp Celebrates its 34th Year of Inspiring Underprivileged Children

Laugh Factory Comedy Camp

Comedian- Tiffany Haddish

“The camp provides a safe haven for at risk or underprivileged children and inspires them to transform negative energy into something positive.” ~Jamie Masada

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, September 4, 2018 / — Since 1984, the Laugh Factory Comedy Camp has helped over a thousand children in need build self-confidence by developing their humor and creativity through the healing power of laughter. Every year, Jamie Masada, Laugh Factory’s owner, and an acclaimed list of comics, reach out to underprivileged children in the community.

“The camp provides a safe haven for at risk or underprivileged children and inspires them to transform negative energy into something positive,” Masada expresses. “The program teaches children each summer to take frustrations, anger, and hurt to the stage and use stand-up comedy as a way to inspire confidence and hope, proving that laughter truly is the best medicine.”

During the 8-week program, the campers will be coached by professional comedians. In previous years, instructors have included comics Jim Carrey, Chris Rock, Bob Saget, Paul Rodriguez, Dave Chappelle, Jon Lovitz, Damon Wayans, Adam Sandler, George Lopez, Chris Tucker, and Tiffany Haddish, to name a few. The program is free of charge for those chosen, and a graduation ceremony is held at the end of the 8-week camp where each child (ages 9-16) performs a six-minute comedy set on stage in front of friends and family.

“I want to express my thanks and appreciation to all of you. Your love and encouragement has helped fuel my passion and continue to make Laugh Factory Camp a warm and welcoming place for underprivileged children each and every summer,” Masada continues. “Thanks to your enthusiasm and love for the Laugh Factory, we have been able to show these kids what is possible and how they can overcome their current circumstances.”

Several comedy camp kids have found success in their futures as a comedian, such as Nick Cannon, Amanda Bynes, and Tiffany Haddish. The Laugh Factory Comedy Camp was also featured in a PBS documentary, "Standup: A Summer at Comedy Camp," which was aired nationwide.

"Laughter heals and gives these kids the self-esteem to overcome obstacles that many of us don't have to face, and to accomplish whatever they set their hearts and minds to," Masada concludes. “Helping these kids heal from their pain and realize the future is bright is the greatest gift we can all give them.”

Laugh Factory
8001 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90046
(323) 656-1336

Please click to view Comedy Camp comedian Tiffany Haddish’s feature article in the Los Angeles Times

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Maurice Gray Eldridge of Chester Charter School of the Arts to be Featured of CUTV News Radio

SWARTHMORE, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, September 4, 2018 / — Not every student who attends an arts school is expected to become an artist, but every student can benefit from serious engagement with the arts.

Maurice Gray Eldridge is the Vice Chair for the Chester Fund for Education and the Arts and former principal of the prestigious Duke Ellington School for the Arts. Over a career spanning five decades, Eldridge has empowered students through a strong focus on the arts at the center of a liberal arts education.

“I happen to believe all kids, whatever they want to be when they grow up, will benefit from having the arts in their lives,” says Eldridge. “The arts are integrated into the curriculum of the school, which helps students learn to think creatively, work collaboratively, so they can begin to feel a part of a family, a community. We’re building a community inside a school.”

Eldridge grew up in Washington DC in an era when the city like the rest of the country was segregated. When the Supreme Court issued its desegregation order for the nation in 1954, Eldridge was heading into the tenth grade.

“Until tenth grade I had attended only segregated schools in which most of the teachers were very dedicated educated black women whose path in the world was very much limited by both gender and race,” recalls Eldridge. “We had excellent teachers who instilled in me the importance and deep value of our education, particularly if we were going to succeed with our lives in a segregated society. It became a very powerful piece of who I am with respect to learning.”

Eldridge in that same year was recruited into a progressive, integrated, and coed boarding school in New England, where he emgerged as a leader through his genuine commitment to the role the arts, theater, poetry, and literature can play in education. In 1979, Eldridge was named principal of the Duke Ellington School for the Arts, where he served for 10 years.

“People like Dave Chappelle and Denise Graves who attended Duke Ellington when I was principal are still out there doing it,” says Eldridge. “What’s remarkable to me after all of these years since the Ellington School started, is how much its graduates still feel themselves to be part of a family, whether they’re in the arts in their career or not.”

In 2005, Eldridge was instrumental in establishing the Chester Charter School for the Arts in Chester, Pennsylvania, a K-12 arts school.

“It’s about presenting to kids an environment that affirms them, that says ‘you matter, and what you’re interested in matters, and that’s why we’re giving you the best setting we can to accomplish that,’” says Eldridge.

CUTV News Radio will feature Maurice Gray Eldridge in an interview with Doug Llewelyn on September 6th at 1pm EDT.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio.

If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.

For more information on Chester Charter School of the Arts, visit

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