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Entertainment and hospitality software development company



has finally completed its deal with InSite Development, a real estate company that rehabilitates and develops properties in the Southern California area. The deal placed 100 uWink touch-screen terminals within InSite's latest real estate development for seniors, Arbor Court, in Lancaster, Calif.

This groundbreaking deal is the first of its kind, installing 100 of uWink's touch-screen terminals in a common area where seniors can play and interact with the terminals via group games such as bingo and solo games that are designed to increase memory and stave off the ravages of the aging process.

Now that these terminals are fully installed, what does this mean for the retirees that live in Arbor Court? Can these types of games really help stave off age-related dementia and loss of cognitive functions and memory? And what will this deal portend for future uWink software licensing deals?

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