Revealers is a social gaming experience with user generated content
Cupertino, California – Revealers, an addictively fun turn-based guessing game, officially launched today. Revealers taps into the users’ imagination asking the player to quickly match the right caption with a photo as it is slowly revealed.
There have been a series of flash in the pan social games that have spread across the mobile app space but these have lacked stickiness and staying power because they failed to engage the user once their novelty wore off. Revealers is going to flip the mobile gaming space on its head by allowing users to add new photos and captions to the game. This twist gives players multiple ways to be creative – both in playing the game and by adding new content to it.
When users open the Revealers Game they can select to play against Facebook friends or a random opponent. They choose from the 12 categories, such as Food, TV, Animals, even Diseases, and can immediately begin to play. On each player’s turn, a photo appears fully covered and as it quickly reveals itself to the player square by square, the challenge is to identify it from four possible answers faster than the player’s opponent. The game provides real entertainment as Revealers brings a little snark, and a whole lot of humor with their content. If someone wants to play using their own photo and answer options? They can!
Imagine an iPhone owner is at a local Mexican restaurant and snaps a picture of a burrito. They can use this image to create their own challenge, adding a personal spin to each caption. Is this Mexican food, Chinese food, or Indian (remember, the photo isn’t visible at first!)? Or maybe they prefer another angle, could this cause food poisoning, malaria, or pneumonia?
When players use a photo in games with friends, other Revealers players will see it appear in their games as well. Players can also like photos that others have submitted and are rewarded with bonus “brain cells” – the currency of the game – for submitting content. Of course, Revealers comes ready to play with tons of challenges already available.
The objective of the game is to earn the most brain cells and achieve a higher rank. Every time a player challenges an opponent they can win their brain cells by guessing the caption faster.
“Users are drawn to platforms where they can contribute and have a sense of ownership over the content.” says Muly Litvak, founder of Revealers. “By bringing this experience to a social game, we give our players an engaging experience that will keep them coming back to play the game over and over again.”
* iPhone 3GS, 4, 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch and iPad
* Requires iOS 5.1 or later
* 8.1 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Revealers 1.0 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.
Founded in 2013 and based in Tel Aviv, Apps23 is an app studio where developers can build fun and innovative mobile applications. The first product being released by the company is Revealers, a turn-based guessing game that the team has been developing since 2012. Apps23 was founded by Muly Litvak and lives by his personal motto: We’ll try something 23 times, the 24th time we give up. The company is led by Adva Levin and Liron Jacobi Marcous. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2013 Apps23. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.
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