Nov 18, 2013 - Big Ideas Digital today is proud to announce the Celebration of the Doctor's 50th anniversary with the new Doctor Who: Say What You See app. the app combines the brain-teasing game-play Say What You See, with the international popularity of Doctor Who. The premium app contains over 150 rebus puzzles related to the show, hidden in three large paintings. Rebus puzzles are cryptic picture puzzles which suggest words or phrases.
Feb 06, 2013 - Looking for a romantic gaming story for Valentine's Day? This Thursday, February 7th, Big Ideas Digital are releasing their Valentine's Day-themed, Love Songs DLC for their #1 app, Say What You See: The Collection. The free-to-download app asks users to Look for Longer to unravel the movie titles and pop star names hidden in a series of beautifully hand-painted canvases. The DLC features 50 Love Songs, all concealed in the form of fiendish puzzles.
Aug 17, 2012 - Big Ideas introduces Say What You See: Music Edition 1.0 for iOS. Say What You See: Music Edition is the long-awaited sequel to the smash hit, Say What You See: The Collection, which has had over 1m downloads to date, and was the 30th highest grossing game of 2011. The game asks players to spot band titles hidden in paintings as picture puzzles. Each of these paintings, or iCanvases, is themed around music, from Pop to Rock and beyond.
Jul 25, 2012 - Say What You See: The Collection iOS app celebrates London's sporting competition with free Summer Games DLC. The free-to-download app features clever hidden rebus puzzles relating to movie titles and pop star names, hidden in a series of beautifully hand-painted scenes, called Canvases. The 'Summer Games' canvas DLC featuring sports and athletes, and caricatured cameos from some of Britain's finest talent, is a tribute to the best of British, and will be released on Thursday 26th July.
Jun 07, 2012 - Big Ideas Digital today announces the new, Fantasy Movies, DLC for their successful iOS app, Say What You See: The Collection. Painted by ex-Rare concept artist Ryan Firchau, the free-to-download app asks users to unravel the movie titles and pop star names that are hidden as rebus puzzles in a series of beautifully hand-painted scenes, called iCanvases.
Apr 03, 2012 - Big Ideas Digital are proud to announce today their smash hit iOS app, Say What You See: The Collection, has been downloaded over 1 million times from the app store on iPhone, iPod and iPad devices. To celebrate, the SWYS team are releasing new content and a Retina update for iPad 3 users. The free-to-download app asks users to unravel the movie titles and pop star names that are hidden as rebus puzzles in a series of beautifully hand-painted scenes, called iCanvases.
Dec 21, 2011 - Big Ideas Digital, the makers of Say What You See: The Collection have today decided to release a Free boardgames and toys-themed piece of DLC for every Player. Say What You See: The Collection is a free-to-download game that involves spotting themed pop culture references in beautifully hand-painted scenes. The DLC canvas, 'Toys 'n games', has been beautifully painted by artist Martin Davey, who has perfectly captured the chaos of Christmas morning.
Nov 03, 2011 - Grace Windram has been diagnosed with Spastic Dyplegic Cerebral Palsy. Say What You See: The Collection, the popular iPhone game, recently announced that their charity update raised over $34,000, which, when combined with the $36,000 already raised by Grace’s Fund, is enough to send her to the USA to receive an operation she desperately needs. To celebrate, they've today released some new DLC for the app, a movie-themed 'Blockbusters' canvas.
Aug 17, 2011 - More than 1000 fans demand and get more content for Say What You See: The Collection on iOS. Fans rallied to the occasion and achieved the requisite 1000 like by Monday afternoon, two days ahead of schedule. Say What You See: The Collection is a free-to-download game that involves spotting themed pop culture references in beautifully hand-painted scenes. Each scene featuring 50 puzzles is downloaded separately, so that players only buy the iCanvases for subjects that spark their interest.