December 21, 2011 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] London, United Kingdom - It's Christmas, and we all know what that means: Booze, over-indulgence and arguments over the TV remote. But there's one tradition that they love at Say What You See, and that's the Christmas boardgame. As a result, 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.
The DLC canvas, 'Toys 'n games', has been beautifully painted by artist Martin Davey, who has perfectly captured the chaos of Christmas morning - albeit a Christmas morning where President Lincoln is a guest, and starving hippos are demonstrating outside the window.
If you haven't yet played Say What You See: The Collection(TM), it's a free-to-download game that involves spotting themed pop culture references in beautifully hand-painted scenes (or iCanvases). Each scene featuring 50 puzzles is downloaded separately, so that players only buy the iCanvases for subjects that spark their interest. "Toys 'n Games", painted by artist Martin Davey, is the 16th iCanvas available.
Say What You See: The Collection(TM) (described as "...one of the best visual puzzle games available for iOS devices right now" by MSN) is also running a half-price hint coins sale at the same time, with 1000 and 400 coin packs now retailing at the bargain prices of $6.99/4.99 and $3.99/2.49 respectively. The Toy's 'n Games canvas is out today 21st December, and is available as a FREE download from the FREE Say What You See: The Collection(TM) app until 23rd December.
Since its inception in 2009, Big Ideas has been working with established brands and IP holders to bring their products and identities into the smartphone app arena. Its apps have been raved about by Wired and Mac User, received national media coverage and have been highly rated by many users. Big Ideas aims to create fun, accessible apps that anyone can enjoy. Copyright (C) 2011 Big Ideas Digital. 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.