Vivek Desai today announces 1 And Only 1 Clue version 1.1 for iOS, his game where players must match the number and color of squares, which is the 1 and only 1 clue, from a group of pictures in colored squares. For example, if the clue is 1 red square, the player must look at all the pictures on the board in red squares, and select the one whose picture occurs only once on the board. Using text and audio, and two levels of play, the game is appropriate for young children as well as adults.
Stefan Preuss today announces AcChen 1.0 for Apple’s revolutionary iPad device. AcChen HD is a simple to learn, arcade style “find the matching tile” type of game. Master the 60 different level and 12 bonus maps in the single player campaign or compete with a friend in Battle Mode. When playing bonus maps, players must fill the board in 3 minutes instead of clearing it. There are also eight unlock-able achievements, various bonus items and much more.
Cluebucket Software today released Pazzi 1.2 for iPad users. The tile board game, originally developed for the iPhone and iPod touch, has been updated specifically for use on the iPad, offering crisp, clear graphics for the expansive screen. Pazzi can be played with swiping moves, or by tilting the device alone to provide an extra challenge. Cluebucket Software’s adaptation to the ‘big screen’ now brings the fun to the iPad marketplace.