July 5, 2014 in Games (F)
[prMac.com] Gdansk, Poland - Yellow Dot has launched G.O.A.T. – Mow it up!, a path-finding puzzle app with a cartoon goat as the main character. To complete each level of the app a user has to make the goat eat all the grass and items of litter on the grid. The goat can’t mow up the same cell twice and it stops after eating the last item, so the route has to be planned carefully.
“I had a chance to try out G.O.A.T. a few weeks before its official premiere,” says Peter, one of the first testers of the app. “I really enjoy logic games and for me the real fun started when I attempted to solve the levels of hard difficulty. It was very challenging and brain-engaging. Completing those levels gave me great satisfaction and I wanted to solve more and more of them! I also liked nice artwork and the idea of the main character – the grumpy and always-hungry goat.”
G.O.A.T. – Mow it up! offers over 200 levels split into 3 worlds (Summertime, Fall and Winter). There are different stages of difficulty – from child’s play to extremely hard, so everyone will surely find an appropriate challenge for themselves. The app develops visual intuition, trains logical deduction and at the same time provides great entertainment for every fan of puzzle games (regardless of age). Users can share their scores on Facebook.
* Compatible with iPad and iPhone
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* 19.38 MB
Pricing and Availability:
The basic version of G.O.A.T. - Mow it up 1.0.0 (which offers one world with 40 levels) is available world-wide and can be downloaded for Free on the Apple App Store. Additional worlds (each containing 100 levels) can be purchased for $0.99 (USD). The development of new worlds is in progress.
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