High Low 88 - A modernized iOS version of the classic card game
August 24, 2011 in Games
[prMac.com] Bristol, United Kingdom - Code Redman has announced High Low 88. High Low 88 is a free version of the card game Higher or Lower. It's a simple game where the player has to guess if the value of the next card in the deck will be higher or lower than the previously drawn card. Guessing correctly increases the bet until the player either banks the winnings or guesses incorrectly. The player can tactically modify the bet to minimise losses and maximise gains.
The game features Code Redman's signature large animated playing cards. The game is also integrated with Game Center so the player can compare their score with friends and the rest of the world.
The game has a language neutral user interface. This means there are no words on the interface at all. If the game is left untouched for a few seconds it hints at where the player may wish to play next with a large animated arrow. In contrast, on the App Store it's being promoted in 12 different languages.
"This game is a gift to the players of our other games to mark our first ten months in iOS development" said Chris Redman, founder of Code Redman. "It's completely free for the foreseeable future and we hope everyone enjoys playing!"
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 3.0 or later
* Universal Application
* 8.2 MB
Pricing and Availability:
High Low 88 1.0 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.
Code Redman is the trading name of Chris Redman, an independent software developer specialising in Apple mobile device software. After 24 years of working on business systems for international corporations, Chris has recently switched to the Apple platform and is forging ahead independently. Other notable Code Redman releases are Poker 88 and Blackjack 88. Copyright (C) 2011 Chris Redman. 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.
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