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Submission + - PR - offers over 50,000 resources

Matcoland writes: "December 19, 2006 — web site, one of the oldest and largest 3D resource sites on the Internet, today reached over 50,000 downloadable resources on its web site. With over 50,000 resources available for immediate download, customers from all over the world can easily get the resources they need right away.

Since its re-design in late 2004, has been offering authors and artists of 2D and 3D resources a way to easily sell their products while still retaining a high royalty rate. At the same time was able to offer its customers a fast and easy way to find and download the resources they needed. In just over two years has gone from 0 to 50,000 downloadable resources with more products being added every day.

"Getting 50,000 resources on is another huge milestone for us." said Matt Anderson, President of, Inc. "We have been looking forward to reaching this goal since we hit 25,000 resources last November, we just didn't realize how fast it would happen. With so many veteran resource authors and so many new authors that are joining every day, we have had an explosion of excellent resources being added around the clock. Since we have authors from all over the world, it's very exciting to come in every day and see all of the great new products that were added overnight."

Being one of the oldest and largest 3D resource sites on the Internet really sets apart from the rest. started out as a free resource site back in 1996 and has undergone many changes to keep up with the times. Today, offers tens of thousands of free and priced 3D models, textures, tutorials, plugins, gallery art, and much more. gives resource authors a place to give their work away free or sell it for a price with no monthly hosting or subscription fees and some of the best royalty rates anywhere. continues to lead the pack as it evolves to exceed customer expectations. Media information available at:"

Submission + - Flash-based Web game heading to your game console

VeryVito writes: "Apparently, I wasn't the only one who spent way too much time playing this little Flash game last fall. According to Gamasutra, Line Rider is heading to both the Nintendo Wii console and the DS next year. According to the article:

"Line Rider began its life as a project I did for illustration class," commented Bostjan Cadez, who created Line Rider in his native Slovenia. "As much as people see it as a game I think of it as a toy because there is no score and no one wins or loses while playing Line Rider. I'm looking forward to working with inXile entertainment on the new Nintendo DS and Nintendo Wii versions as they will bring added gameplay and features."
I suspect we'll see hordes of Flash game developers looking for venture capital in 2007!"

Submission + - Sony, BMG offer refund for infected CDs

prostoalex writes: "If you're a proud owner of 'Never Gone' by The Backstreet Boys, 'On Ne Change Pas' by Celine Dion, or a few dozen other CDs infected by MediaMax or XCP rootkits, is now allowing the consumers to file a refund claim. The deadline is December 31st of this year. Sony and BMG will also pay California and Texas a $750,000 fine."

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