February 25, 2014 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Brisbane, Australia - Minimega Pty Ltd. today is pleased to announce the up and coming release of Bonza, its new game title coming to iOS in March. Bonza is a new type of crossword where players arrange word fragments to complete each puzzle. The game requires word power, spatial skills and a bit of trivia mixed in. It's simple and easy to learn but gets tricky for even the most savvy Wordies. If you like a good word challenge and you enjoy pushing boxes around with your fingers, then you'll love Bonza Word Puzzle.
Free Daily Puzzles:
You'll be able to solve puzzles that are based on current events. They celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous people e.g. On February 14 you can solve a "Valentines" themed puzzle. In addition, new puzzles are designed and added on the fly. So if something big happens in the news, you'll be able to play a relevant puzzle the next day.
In early 2013, MiniMega set out to re-invent the traditional crossword and design an experience for modern Wordies. After some experimentation with pencil and paper and a few touch screen prototypes, the idea evolved. The result is Bonza, a game that requires players to arrange word fragments to solve each puzzle. It's a super simple, fresh approach at a timeless puzzle concept. An Alpha version of the game caught the attention of Screen Australia, who then helped fund the production of the game and support its development.
* A new type of crossword
* Free Daily Puzzles based on current events
* Easy to learn but gets challenging
* Stunning minimalist art style
* Relaxing ambient soundtrack
Bonza Word Puzzle will be coming in March 2014, and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.
Headquartered in Brisbane, Australia, MiniMega is an Australian indie games studio founded by Ben Huxter, Punya Huxter and Adam Corney. Built on brotherhood, the name actually means "little brother, big brother." Ben and Punya Huxter have been collaborating on games since they were born. Copyright (C) 2014 Minimega Pty Ltd. 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.