Mahjong Mysteries - Ancient Athena on Nintendo 3DS™ eShop Released launched Mahjong Mysteries – Ancient Athena on Nintendo’s eShop service.

Accompany the famous adventurer David on his most mysterious mission yet - the one that will change everything! Follow the trail of ancient heroes, past the Oracle of Delphi and the Theatre of Dionysus to experience the mystery of the Gods of Olympus! Discover the treasures of this once magnificent culture. Don't let your guard down though: you're not alone!

Only by correctly combining the symbols will you complete all 300 Mahjong levels. Play in Adventure Mode, choose your favorite board in classic Mahjong and try one of 10 variations. Enjoy the mystic atmosphere.

Mahjong Mysteries – Ancient Athena is now available in Europe for 4,99 € on Nintendo 3DS™ eShop. The US release will follow soon.

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Companies Race to Bring 3D to Consumers

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VOA News

With the surging popularity of 3D movies, a number of consumer electronic companies are investing heavily to bring the new technology to more people. Although consumer electronic experts say widespread adoption is still five to 10 years away, companies from the U.S. to Japan are betting that consumer demand will soon bring 3D into your living room.

In the latest 3D movie to hit the big screen, prehistoric killer fish practically sink their teeth into cinema audiences.

And with movie goers willing to pay $15 to $20 to watch movies like Piranha 3D - a number of companies are betting people will want to experience the same thrill at home.

In California's Silicon Valley, graphics technology company Nvidia is developing a device that brings the 3D experience to your home computer. 3D Division chief Phil Eisler, says its special glasses can deliver high resolution 3D by blinking rapidly to bring a different image to each eye. (Read more)