May 21, 2015 - Prague based Flow Studio today introduces Arrive 1.1, its new location-sharing app for iOS and Apple Watch. Arrive is great for anyone who needs a quick, easy way to tell contacts where they are. Insanely simple to use, anyone can set how long they want to share their position. Then Arrive sends an SMS message with a unique map link to one or more of their existing contacts. The recipient can view this map in the Arrive app or in any browser until it expires.
Apr 16, 2015 - Prague based Flow Studio, a.s. today introduces Cut! 1.2, their new video quiz app for iOS and Android devices. With hundreds of clips and thousands of contextual questions, Cut! offers the ultimate way to compare movie fan's knowledge. First, watch short clips to relive famous moments from classic and modern movies. Then go head-to-head against friends or random opponents to answer contextual questions about the films. Do you know which Bible passage Jules quotes in Pulp Fiction?
Mar 25, 2015 - Czech based, Flow Studio today introduces Replay 1.0, their free new quiz game for iOS and Android devices. Replay tests your knowledge of the classic PC games of the 80s and 90s. Prove your PC game prowess while reliving all the epic battles, intergalactic journeys, intense emotions, and broken joysticks of your youth. This game challenges you to identify 200 games from screenshots alone. Questions are divided into genres including Action, Adventure, RPG, Strategy, and Sim.
Sep 03, 2014 - Czech based developer, Flow Studio today introduces Iconic 1.1, their new game title for iOS and Android devices. Iconic offers players incredibly witty puzzles created by translating everyday icons into bands, movies, and celebrity names. The game challenges everyone's knowledge of pop culture with the same symbols that define life in the 21st century. More than raw memory, or rote memorization, Iconic requires visual thinking and knowledge in order to win.
Nov 07, 2013 - Lukas Korba is announcing the release of Octagon, a fast-paced and highly challenging arcade game for iOS devices. In Octagon, you are trapped inside a megaplex of 8-sided tunnels, platforms, and gaps. The floor moves rapidly beneath you as bursts of color explode against the white background. Can you survive the run? Spin the tunnel to dodge speed bumps. Flip upside down to avoid holes. And whatever you do, don't stop. Don't think. You have just 60 seconds to reach the exit.
Sep 24, 2013 - Flow Studio, an independent game developer, announced today a $250,000 Seed Fund from Synot Holding a.s. Studio is known for its iOS titles Power of Logic and Sortee with 2.7M downloads. The company had two other Leap Motion apps for PC and Mac, Sortee and Midnight, prior to the July 22 release of Leap Motion. With its new funding, Flow Studio plans to increase its capacity and development speed so it can launch more Leap Motion enabled apps and find the right market within the next 12 months.
Jul 23, 2013 - Independent developer, Flow Studio today introduces Midnight, their second Leap Motion controlled application for Mac OS X and Windows. Midnight is a beautiful and responsive interactive particle visualizer that puts a laser light show at your fingertips. Hover your fingers above the Leap Motion Controller to send bursts of light across the midnight sky. Particle shapes, colors, and movements animate and react differently based on the number of fingers you use.
Jul 22, 2013 - Independent developer Flow Studio is announcing Leap Motion controlled game Sortee. Sortee is a fast-paced puzzle game that tests your perception of everyday objects. A powerful educational tool for kids, players must sort everyday objects based on the criteria that define them, such as an item's color, the material it's made from, or how it's used. PC and Mac versions are on sale in the Airspace store today to coincide with the new motion gesture controller's ship date.
Jan 31, 2013 - Czech based developer, Flow Studio today introduces Sortee 1.1, their new casual game for iOS devices. Sortee is a fast-paced arcade / puzzle game that makes you think deeply about objects and their meanings. As everyday items fly by, players must sort them into the correct bins based on criteria such as color, material, usage, and many others. The sorting starts out easy. But as the pace and complexity picks up, Sortee goes from a simple diversion to a devious test of dexterity and brainpower.