April 25, 2010 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Edenhope, Victoria, Australia - Indie developer KlickTock has announced that Doodle Find(TM) for iPhone and iPod touch will be available for FREE from the App Store on the 15th of May, 2010. Doodle Find takes the Hidden Object genre and makes it social. Players compete against their friends - and the world - via online leaderboards powered by Facebook Connect. Each game takes only 90 seconds, so it's perfect for a spot of procrastination between tasks, or for when you know your train is just two minutes away.
"What I am most proud of is that we took well established casual conventions as inspiration but produced a title that's completely original", said Matthew Hall, KlickTock's Director. "Hidden object games are renowned for being slow paced. However, in our title it's not uncommon to find over a hundred objects before 90 seconds is up. Once you've played our game, you'll realise that we've reinvigorated an entire genre."
Gone are the miniscule objects hidden in dark corners; instead bright colourful doodles fill the screen practically begging to be discovered. This is a game designed for the iPhone(TM) from the ground up. With seek and find games topping the charts at present, Doodle Find - with its fantastic presentation, addictive gameplay and social connectivity - is certain to be the Next Big Thing.
The unique features of Doodle Find:
* A fully featured game for FREE
* More DPM (doodles per minute) than any other game
* Insatiable addiction within minutes
* Each game takes just 90 seconds to complete
* Seek out hundreds of colourful doodle objects
* Expand your mind with lightning fast picture and word associations
* Suitable for all ages
* Trophies are earned for top performance
* Online scoreboards via Facebook Connect
KlickTock Pty Ltd is an independent game development company located on a sheep farm in rural Australia. KlickTock was established in 2009 by Matthew Hall, a veteran of the Australian game development industry. Matthew is game developer who's been dreaming about games since... forever. He started programming games at the age of seven and he has previously been employed at Australian developers Tantalus Interactive and Big Ant Studios. His varied career includes positions as Programmer, Designer, Artist, Associate Producer, Producer and Chief Technical Officer. KlickTock has previously developed the games Little Things and Super Search 60(TM). Doodle Find(TM) and Super Search 60(TM) are trademarks of KlickTock Pty Ltd. Copyright (C) 2010 KlickTock Pty Ltd. 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.