Soul Bubbles: Available Exclusively at Your Local Toys ‘R’ Us Store

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., June 26 /PRNewswire/ — Eidos Interactive, one of the world’s leading publishers and developers of entertainment software is pleased to announce that Soul Bubbles, the new phenomenon for Nintendo DS(TM), available exclusively at your local Toys ‘R’ Us store. In Soul Bubbles, the player takes the role of a young shaman apprentice who is tasked with saving lost ‘souls’ and guiding them to safety. He must safeguard these fragile beings by placing them in protective bubbles so he can transport them through a series of increasingly treacherous and hostile worlds. As the shaman, use your stylus to draw the bubbles, then deflate, cut or join them to other bubbles to navigate through each environment. You must fill bubbles with water or gas, escape traps, extinguish fires and avoid all the sticky or dangerous surfaces that will slow the bubbles down. “Creative and refreshing, Soul Bubbles is a unique game that DS owners won’t want to miss,” said Robert A. Lindsey, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Eidos Inc. “This is a charming story combined with gameplay that pushes the capabilities of the Nintendo DS is sure to engage all puzzle gaming fans.” Soul Bubbles features eight unique worlds, each with its own visual style and gameplay challenges, and over 40 levels to play through on your journey to becoming a true spirit herder. Check out the new screenshots and gameplay footage here: ftp://ftp.pr.eidos.com/Soul_Bubbles (Press only, no password needed)

Leopard Server on Leopard with VMware Fusion 2.0!

VMware has just announced support for their 61st OS supported by Fusion 2.0 – Mac OS X Server 10.5 (Leopard). This is great news for those looking to test things like the new Active Directory wizards, calendar server and enterprise blogging that come with the new version of the server. Not to mention that because it’s supported by Fusion 2.0, you can do it on your laptop.

Check out the full blog post on Fusion 2.0 Leopard Server support at the VMware VMTN blog site here.