January 21, 2016 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Davao, Philippines - Independent developers Restie John Quibod and Mark Ian Saclot are today proud to announce the release and immediate availability of Annoying Brain 1.2, an important update to their game for iOS and Android devices. While the game can be quite annoying, and requires a huge amount of focus from the player if they expect to succeed, players will find themselves coming back for more. Contestants are forced to pay close attention to the color clues displayed on their device's screen, as Annoying Brain will cleverly trick the player's brain. It takes plenty of time and practice to master this game. Gain revenge against the game and post the high score.
When starting a new game of Annoying Brain, players are presented with a few simple directions under: "How to Play." While it sounds simple, players will need to pay attention to the information they are both reading and observing, as well as reacting quickly with the correct answer. Annoying Brain quickly displays color-related clues on the screen, forcing players to respond with an answer in just three seconds. Red, green, blue, or purple! Which color is the correct answer? At the beginning there are only a few choices, but after a few correct answers, players will soon find that their mind begins to boggle at the possibility of correctly choosing from the options presented to them. Three seconds is all it takes for players to advance, or to find themselves forced to start the game all over again.
* Fast paced gameplay
* Visual and verbal clues combine to challenge any player
* High Score Leaderboards
* Challenge friends and family via email, or SMS
* Entertaining sound effects
* Gorgeous graphics
* Timer-based gameplay - Three seconds to answer
* In-app purchase available to remove ads and to buy different themes
"The concept of the game already existed long ago. I hired Muhammad Mobeen Afzal, CEO of Regexsoft a mobile company from Pakistan, to make the Annoying Brain concept into reality. When I came up with the idea for Annoying Brain, I knew I had created a devilish method of testing players' logic comprehension, as well as their ability to react quickly under pressure," says game developer Restie Quibod. "The frustrating part of the game is that while players may see the name of a color, what they really need to pick up on - and quickly react to - are the actual color-based clues the game is also providing on the screen. I know this game is going to drive players out of their minds, but I also know that they'll keep playing it again and again."
As players advance in Annoying Brain, they'll find they are faced with more and more possible answers to choose from. The pressure builds, and eventually it all explodes in frustration! Although players will be aggravated, they'll also grow to appreciate how the game helps to exercise their brain's agility and keep them alert by forcing them to think outside of their usual comfort zones.
Annoying Brain is available in the following languages: English, Dutch, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Japanese, Italian, French, Turkish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Portuguese (Portugal), Korean and German
* iPhone, iPad, iPod touch
* Optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus
* Requires iOS 7.0 or above
* Universal Application
* 36.5 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Annoying Brain 1.2 is free and available worldwide through the App Store in the Games category. The game is also available for Android devices through the Google Play Store. An in-app purchase to remove ads is available for $2.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies).
Davao, Philippines-based business man Restie John Quibod and his Co-Founder Mark Ian Saclot are relative newcomers to the gaming business, but their mission first and foremost is to make quality, highly addictive games that will challenge and delight players of all ages. Restie was 22 years old when he decided to create his first game. Copyright (C) 2016 Restie Quibod. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.