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Crystal Tower Game for Mac OS is Updated and is Free for a Limited Time
December 18, 2012 in Gaming
[prMac.com] Kiev, Ukraine - Independent game studio, Solverlabs has announced the release of the major update to their popular Jenga style physics puzzle game ‘Crystal Tower Pro' for Mac OS X. The update contains 2 new level packs: ‘US Towers' and ‘World Towers' with real life famous US and world towers, completely redesigned and improved user interface and 3D visuals, updated game play logic, new backgrounds and educational interactive Towers Quiz. The update includes detailed help screens and interactive tutorial to help users get started with the game rules.
The new version of the ‘Crystal Tower Pro' for Mac OS X was specially optimized for Mac users. For example, in this version players can break multiple blocks simultaneously using multi-click. In order to active multi-click function users should just hold down Shift key on their keyboard.
'Crystal Tower Pro' is the ultimate 3D physics-based Jenga-style block removal puzzle. Every tower is constructed from blocks which are different in size, shape and color. The main goal of the game it to break all blue blocks and save all red blocks of the tower. Users should account for physical collisions and gravity rules to achieve perfect results. One Life items will be lost if the red block is broken or destroyed. The less red blocks are broken the more Crystals players earn on every level. Users can use Crystals to get more Life and Freeze items in the game's store. Freeze items should be used to complete tricky levels instantly. Due to physical-based engine every level can be completed in different ways.
Some blue blocks contain bonuses which rise from the bottom to the up when users break them. Players should tap a bonus with the finger to catch it. Some bonuses can change game play in a special way and the meaning of every bonus is explained during the game and in the Help menu.
Players can rotate towers 360 degrees, zoom towers in and out and move every tower up and down using their mouse and special keyboard keys. All special keys are explained in the help menu and interactive tutorial. Users can also break multiple blocks simultaneously using multi-click function which is required to complete some of the puzzles perfectly.
The App also features interactive Towers Quiz. The quiz works only on the ‘US Towers' and ‘World Towers' level packs. In the quiz users can guess correct tower name and earn more Crystals for every correct answer. Towers Quiz adds educational element to the game. Crystal Tower Pro contains more than 100 levels — some of them are pure crystal-smashing joy, some will make you think twice or more to complete. The game has 3 level packs:
* ‘Crystal Towers' (virtual Towers to get you started)
* ‘US Towers' (real life famous US Towers)
* ‘World Towers' (real life famous World Towers)
* Stunning 3D Graphics and Effects
* More than 100 unique and challenging physics based levels
* 3 Level Packs: ‘Crystal Towers', ‘US Towers' and ‘World Towers'
* Real life Towers from US and around the World
* Interactive Towers Quiz. Guess correct Tower name and earn more Crystals!
* Multi-click support. You can crash multiple blocks at the same time
* Zoom in and Zoom out a tower with your mouse and keyboard
* Rotate a tower using you mouse left click and drag
* Built in Help and Tutorial
* Requires MAC OS X 10.6.6 or later
* 20.9 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Crystal Tower Pro 2.0 for Mac OSX is Free today for a limited time and available worldwide exclusively through the Mac App Store in the Games category.
Solverlabs is independent game development studio located in Eastern Europe. It was founded in 2006 providing outsourcing development services to US, UK and Canadian based clients. Solverlabs started to develop games for BlackBerry platform in 2010. These days the company focuses on the development of games for iOS, BlackBerry, BlackBerry Playbook and Android platforms using cross-platform frameworks like Unity3D, Corona, Shiva3D etc. Copyright (C) 2012 Solverlabs, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.