ROCHESTER, New York — May 6, 2008 — Ambrosia Software, Inc.
announced today the release of Uplink 1.6.0. This release brings
support for PowerPC and Intel-based Macs, and also provides
enhancements to the cyber-hacking strategy game.

This updated version, free to registered users of Uplink, may be
downloaded here:

Uplink 1.6.0 features the following improvements and changes:

— Uplink is now a Universal Binary that runs natively on
PowerPC and Intel Macs

— Updated game content

— Toggle fullscreen and change resolutions in-game without
restarting Uplink

— Various bug fixes and enhancements

Welcome to the world of the cyber-hacking game Uplink, developed by
Introversion Software and published for Mac OS X by Ambrosia
Software. A world that is not all that different from the world that
exists today: a world of high tech computer crime and industrial
espionage on the Internet.

An enigma in itself, Uplink is akin to a more cerebral incarnation of
Ambrosia’s popular Escape Velocity series of games, with missions
that interweave a threaded plot which is unveiled with each conquest.
Only this time, you have only your intellect, hacking skills, and the
computer systems you’ve compromised to aid you.

You play an Uplink Agent who makes a living by performing jobs for
major corporations. Your tasks involve hacking into rival computer
systems, stealing research data, sabotaging other companies,
laundering money, erasing evidence, or framing innocent people.

You have the power, but do you have what it takes to master Uplink?

A free trial can be downloaded here:

Uplink costs $25, requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later, and is a
Universal Binary application.

Ambrosia Software, Inc. – publisher of award-winning programs for the
Macintosh and Windows, distributes a full line of utility,
productivity, and anti-productivity (game) software through the
Internet. Unregistered versions of Ambrosia’s products can also be
obtained on DVD-ROM at Ambrosia’s web site,
or by calling Ambrosia’s order center at 585.325.1910.