Top Selling Delicious Series Launches Latest Installment On iTunes

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SEATTLE, Dec. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – GameHouse, a worldwide leader in Casual Games, is proud to announce the launch of its most recent mobile title Delicious – Emily’s Honeymoon Cruise. This is the ninth game in the extremely popular Delicious – Emily’s series and contains the most game play including over 90 levels.

“Delicious – Emily’s Honeymoon Cruise” is one of our most ambitious mobile titles to date and easily our largest in terms of content for our fans,” said Aimee Meehan, the AVP of Gamehouse. “We’ve spent years listening to feedback from our audience and used it to create the perfect time management gaming experience.”

Follow the newlyweds, Patrick and Emily, as they embark on their celebration cruise. Sailing off into the horizon of wedded bliss, Emily soon discovers she doesn’t know how to relax and she certainly isn’t used to having others take care of her. To make matters worse, when Patrick tells her he’s excited to start a family as soon as possible, Emily’s response is tepid – she’s not sure she’s ready for that just yet. Can they find a way to be happy?

Delicious – Emily’s Honeymoon Cruise offers players 90 levels in five different locations as well as 22 unique achievements to earn.

View the trailer here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AO1qnBnho_4

About GameHouse

GameHouse develops and distributes games that people love to play and share –all across the widest mix of channels including social, smartphone, tablets, and download. Today more than 50 million players enjoy GameHouse games, a number that grows daily through a diverse business model that includes direct-to-consumer websites, social game development, and cross platform publishing, licensing, and technology. For more information, please visit www.gamehouse.com or for a list of Facebook titles, visit: http://www.gamehouse.com/facebook-games.

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