June 24, 2011 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Frankfort, Kentucky - Private developer David Johnson had announced the release of new iOS game Firework Fruits 4th of July HD 1.0. The game launches just as fireworks are becoming a must have with the 4th of July holiday weekend fast approaching.
Firework Fruits puts the player into the firework action. Watch as the fruits shoot up from the silos and tap them to make them explode. The amazing natural colors of fruits make for a colorful show that will surely impress.
The goal of the game is to tap the fruits at the optimal height, indicated by two dashed lines. When your fruit is ready to be tapped for a score, it will glow. The more fruits you tap in a row while in the lines the more points they are worth.
To make the game exciting, players can also tap firework clocks that can give additional time to help them get the edge on the top score. However, the red spikes that are launched bring clouds to the show and make it harder to spot the fireworks, so be careful not to tap those.
For $0.99 (USD) the game is well worth the cost and even provides you with an opportunity to win $20 (USD) or more with the 4th of July contest.
*Unlimited time - Tap clocks to increase game time and your score
*Score multipliers - Tap more than 5 fruits in a row get a 2x multiplier
*Finale mode - Work through multipliers 2-4 and hit finale mode with a 5x multiplier
Each attempt is a unique experience that guarantees you will never create the same show twice.
Other features include:
*Game Center leader boards - Compare your scores with the world
*Adjustable music and SFX volume controls
*Minimal wait time - Designed to work quickly
*HD graphics - Compatible with the retina display
*iPhone and iPod touch
*Requires iOS 3.0 or later
Pricing and Availability:
Firework Fruits 4th of July HD 1.0 is available for only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and is available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.
David Johnson is a private developer who works part time on development projects to help fund his passion for learning while attending graduate school in Kentucky. Copyright (C) 2011 David Johnson. 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.