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Grow Me Up! 1.1 released for iOS - Interactive Arcade Game

Apr 16, 2015 - Moscow based Game developer, Qaibo Games today introduces Grow Me Up! 1.1, their new interactive casual arcade game for iOS devices. In this cute and hilarious game title, players take on the role as caretaker whose goal is to grow up a kid named Alex from 1 to a 100 years old. Feed Alex only edible products, selecting and swiping them into his mouth, while Alex grows older and older. But remember, Alex only grows older if he gets something edible - you lose if he gets something inedible.


Amigo Pancho 1.2 big update for iOS - Interactive Physics Puzzle Game

Dec 19, 2013 - QaiboGames today announces a big update for the game Amigo Pancho for iOS. The update of the game was released on the App Store on December 19, 2013. This game is an interactive physics puzzle about funny Amigo Pancho. He loves going to the highest places in the world! And he does it in an unusual way: by holding on to two small balloons. The Flash version was released in May 2011. More than 50 million plays and have been distributed over 2,000 websites and game portals.


Amigo Pancho Kids 1.1 released for iOS - Interactive Physics Puzzle Game

Oct 09, 2013 - QaiboGames today announces Amigo Pancho Kids 1.1 for iOS. The game was released on the App Store on October 9, 2013. This is special Kids edition of interactive physics puzzle about funny Amigo Pancho. He loves going to the highest places in the world! And he does it in an unusual way: by holding on to two small balloons. The Flash version was released in May 2011. More than 50 million plays and have been distributed over 2,000 websites and game portals.


The iOS game Amigo Pancho

Sep 26, 2013 - QaiboGames today is proud to introduce Amigo Pancho 1.0 for iOS. The game was released on the App Store on September 26, 2013. This is an interactive physics puzzle about funny Amigo Pancho. He loves going to the highest places in the world! And he does it in an unusual way: by holding on to two small balloons. The Flash version was released in May 2011, followed by two sequels in the next two years. More than 50 million plays and have been distributed over 2,000 websites and game portals.