March 21, 2011 in News (E)
[prMac.com] Barcelona, Spain - Ivanovich Games will donate any profits resulting from the sale of all their games on Wednesday the 23rd of March to the families of the victims of the Japan earthquake. In order to make their games more accessible and to reach as many people as possible, the price of all their games will be reduced to $0.99 during the whole day.
This initiative will not only include games such as Operation Wow, which is presently in the "New and Noteworthy" section of the US App Store, Type Type Train, recently released through the App Store and Time Geeks, one of the most successful "seek and find" games ever, but also all the remaining games in their catalogue, available at Apple's online shop.
The earthquake that hit Japan on 11th March has become one of the worst natural disasters in history, killing over 8,000 people, leaving more than 2,000 injured and over 10,000 missing. Ivanovich Games wants to show solidarity with the Japanese people at such a delicate time, hoping that one person's click will become the hope of a whole nation.
For more information please visit the Ivanovich Games website or the Ivanovich Games page in the iTunes App Store.
Ivanovich Games is a company based in Barcelona (Spain) which develops games and apps for iPhone and iPad. Copyright (C) Ivanovich Games All Rights Reserved. Apple, The Apple Logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad logo are all registered trademarks of Apple Computers in the US and/or other countries.