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Highly Anticipated Indie Game Kicks Off Microsoft's Xbox LIVE Arcade “House Party” program on February 15; PSN and PC March 14

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA. – January 24, 2012 – Independent game developer Trapdoor and EA Partners, a division of Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: EA) today announced that Warp™, the highly anticipated, downloadable stealth-action puzzler will kick off Microsoft's Xbox LIVE Arcade House Party series on February 15, 2012 for 800 Microsoft Points.

In Warp, gamers play as Zero, a loveable - yet lethal - little orange alien with a big score to settle. Captured and experimented on by cruel scientists, Zero must escape the Commander's research facility by deploying powerful and deadly abilities. The choice is up to players to take bloody revenge on every human in the incarcerating facility, or hide and plan their escape for a no-kills, stealth game. With endless combinations of abilities and upgrades, Warp lets players discover the most effective ways to solve puzzles and move throughout levels and challenge rooms, perfecting their skills and topping competitive leaderboards.

“We’re very excited to have Warp kick-off Microsoft’s Xbox LIVE Arcade House Party, an event that spotlights the work of independent developers,” said Ken Schachter, Founder, Trapdoor. “Warp delivers an experience that is unique, original and allows gamers to defy the traditional rules of videogames, letting them play the game their way. We are very proud of what we’ve been able to accomplish and hope players embrace it as well.”

Warp will be available on PlayStation®Network and PC in Australia and New Zealand on March 14, 2012 for $15.95 AUD and $18.90 NZD. For more information on Warp, please visit www.ea.com/warp.