March 26, 2011 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Barcelona, Spain - Ivanovich Games wish to thank the almost 2,500 people who bought a copy of any of their games to collaborate in helping those affected by the Japan earthquake. To show their deep gratitude, they have launched a free update of their game Operation Wow that includes innovations such as the "Ultra Hard Endless Mode", a new game mode that will boost their novel multi-touch fire system.
Ivanovich Games, the Spanish developers of iPhone and iPad games, wish to thank the almost 2,500 people who bought any of their games last Wednesday 23rd March in order to help those affected by the Japan earthquake. To show their deep gratitude, they will be launching a new free update of their game Operation Wow including innovations such as a new game mode called "Ultra Hard Endless Mode", which will boost their novel multi-touch fire system.
The main features of this update are:
* New endless mode: How many seconds will you survive?
* Improved screen transitions and some in-game visual effects
* Back button added in game over screen
Through this initiative, Ivanovich Games wants to show solidarity and commitment with the Japanese people at such a delicate time and therefore all proceedings obtained from the sale of their video games last Wednesday 23rd March will be donated to the Red Cross International. Ivanovich Games hopes that the situation in Japan will return to normal as soon as possible and that similar disasters may be prevented in the future.
Ivanovich Games is a company based in Barcelona, Spain, that develops games and apps for iPhone and iPad. Copyright (C) Ivanovich Games All Rights Reserved. Apple, The Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad logos are registered trade marks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.