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Hot Dogs and Dynamite: The Secret to Success for Plates!

Aug 26, 2010 - Big Mouse Media announced that after only two days in the iTunes Store, Plates!, their popular explosive food-tapping game for iPhone and iPod touch, was added to the 'Hot New Games' list by Apple. Plates! is a fast-paced game of kitchen mayhem in which plates of food zoom by on conveyor belts, while the player tries to quickly add the right sauce to each food. Big Mouse Media will release a major update to the title with new gameplay modes, achievements, sound and music options, and more.


Top Ranking Apps From the Foothills of North Carolina

Aug 18, 2010 - Acclaimed illustrator, Kyle T. Webster and Denis Hennessy have introduced Plates! 1.0, their new game for iPhone and iPod touch. Plates! is a fast-paced game of kitchen mayhem in which plates of food zoom by on conveyor belts, while the player tries to quickly add the right sauce to each food. The game starts off at a manageable pace but quickly accelerates to a frantic speed, while adding more difficulty.


A Bare Bones Game Catches Apple's Eye

Apr 29, 2010 - North Carolina graphic designer and illustrator Kyle T. Webster today announces White Lines 1.2 an update to his game for iPhone and iPod touch. White Lines is a simple but challenging memory game that makes effective use of the touch screen interface in a new way. Players must redraw sequences of lines as they quickly appear on screen and then fade away. White Lines proves that quiet minimalism has a place amongst the iPhone gaming landscape by landing a spot on the home page of the App Store.


White Lines - The Little App That Could

Mar 15, 2010 - Editorial illustrator Kyle T. Webster creates his first iPhone game, White Lines, and watches it land in the top 50 paid apps list, thanks to a simple idea and the power of social media. White Lines is a deceptively simple memory game that asks players to redraw increasingly complex sequences of lines that appear on screen. App review sites like Appsmile, AppModo, AppChatter, and TouchGen were also instrumental in pushing the game higher in the rankings thanks to very positive reviews.


New iPhone Game Tackles Short Term Memory Improvement

Mar 01, 2010 - North Carolina based independent developer Kyle T. Webster today announces White Lines 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch. Designed for all ages, White Lines asks players to redraw lines that travel across the screen in the same order and direction in which they originally appeared. The game begins with randomly generated sequences of two lines. As players successfully complete 15 sequences, they advance to the next level, in which an additional line is added to each sequence.