May 29, 2009 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Oslo, Norway - Nor Eagle today anounced that after just one month of sales their first iPhone-title, Ben's somewhat spiffy-looking but ultimately craptastic rock-paper-scissors game(tm), is already downloaded by more than 40 people worldwide. "We're over the moon!" said T. Benjamin Larsen, Nor Eagle CEO, Creative Director and Janitor. "It seems the iPhone community has responded to our philosophy of including more words in the title per dime than our competitors!"
Ben's somewhat spiffy-looking but ultimately craptastic rock-paper-scissors game features:
* Rock, paper and scissors all in the same game
* Loads of words in the title
* No annoying sound to be turned off
* Nice looking icon
* Three different play-modes, all of which feel exactly the same
* Insulting Monk
"We will soon release our first update to the game." Larsen said. "We have learned so much from our customers' feedback, among other things how to spell the word 'lose'". Nor Eagle is currently considering creating a free 'lite' version of the game. "We're thinking about it and we might do a version only featuring Rock for those who want to try before they buy".
iPhone and iPod Touch 2.2.1 or later
Pricing and Availability:
Ben's somewhat spiffy-looking but ultimately craptastic rock-paper-scissors game(tm) is available for $0.99 (USD) from the iTunes App Store.
Nor Eagle is a Norwegian-based mutlimedia company founded in. Nor Eagle has made its name domestically producing Corporate Videos and animations and is for the most of the time equal to its founder T. Benjamin Larsen. Copyright 2009 Nor Eagle. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.