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Vex Puzzles: Sequel to award winning Vex Blocks now on iTunes

Mar 30, 2014 - Canadian indie developer, Itzy Interactive today introduces Vex Puzzles 1.0, the sequel to their award winning mobile puzzler Vex Blocks for iOS devices. Connect matching colors, symbols or both to create a chain of lighting to clear away blocks. Rotate your device to help clear all playing blocks to solve each puzzle. Vex Puzzles adds a new twist to the Vex Blocks formula offering surprising depth while still being accessible to both casual and veteran gamers alike.

Vex Blocks Now Available on the Apple App Store

May 07, 2013 - Itzy Interactive, today announces the release of their electrifying puzzler, Vex Blocks 1.0 for iOS devices. This electrifying block puzzler, Vex Blocks, brings it's unique take on the Bejeweled style color matching game to the Apple App Store. Players rotate their device to change up the playing board while they draw lightning chains on the screen horizontally, vertically or diagonally to surround and neutralize bomb blocks before they explode or to capture power-ups and increase coin count.

Itzy3d updated with 3 new game modes, upgraded visuals, tweaked gameplay

Apr 06, 2012 - Itzy Interactive has released Itzy3D, a massive update to their debut title for iPhone, iPad and Android devices. The new update brings several key features and gameplay tweaks that fans of the game had asked for. All game levels also received rebalancing depending on game mode. New gameplay elements allow players to take a more aggressive stance towards Itzy's foes as his web resources can now be used for building and for delivering devastating web Splat! attacks.

Itzy3D now available on Apple App Store

Feb 16, 2012 - Web building fun is now on your iPhone and iPad! Itzy Interactive introduces Itzy3D v1.1, the first mobile title from Canadian independent developers Itzy Interactive now available for free via iTunes for Apple devices in addition to the Android Marketplace. Launched early 2012, Itzy3D gives a twist to the gameplay offered by such arcade classics as Qix, while serving as a tool for parents and educators to start a dialogue with players regarding the loss of natural habitat to human development.