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Mathews Bowhunting Targets Nintendo Wii and Arrives in Stores Today

Cincinnati, OH – Nov. 18, 2010 – Video game publisher Zoo Entertainment, Inc. (NASDAQ CM: ZOOG) today announced that Mathews Bowhunting is now available for the Nintendo WiiTM at retailers nationwide.

Featuring fast-paced, immersive gameplay, Mathews Bowhunting comes fully loaded with three game modes to test players’ expertise, including Classic Hunt, Arcade Mode and Target Practice. The special edition bundle of Mathews Bowhunting includes an exclusive bow peripheral that pairs with the Wii remote and Nunchuk to provide players with a more accurate sense of movement and to deliver a higher level of precision shooting.

“Thanks to the combined expertise of the Zoo Games and Mathews Inc. teams, we are proud to publish a challenging game that appeals to both hunting enthusiasts and gamers alike,” says Mark Seremet, CEO of Zoo Games, Inc. “The bow peripheral featured in the special edition Mathews Bowhunting bundle adds even more excitement to the hunt, as it delivers an authentic hunting experience while sharpening players’ marksmanship skills in a fun and engaging way.”

In Mathews Bowhunting, players will be dropped into the wilderness to explore some of the most popular and stunning locations in the United States, each featuring an assortment of animals to target including rabbits, squirrels, ducks, geese, deer, elk, bears and moose. Players will be able to pursue their prey by utilizing a variety of equipment and gear such as calls, scents and decoys to help aid in the hunt. Additionally, in-game bows and arrows are customizable to allow for more accurate marksmanship.

Rated T for Teen, Mathews Bowhunting for the Nintendo WiiTM and the Mathews Bowhunting bundle with bow peripheral are now available at retailers nationwide for a MSRP of $29.99 and $39.99, respectively.

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Date: November 18, 2010

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