July 11, 2011 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Montevideo, Uruguay and New York - Smoody, the highly acclaimed physics-based iOS game, introduces 20 new underwater-themed levels along with five never-before-seen, playable characters in its latest update. The game now includes 100 mind-bending levels to conquer on iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. With over one million downloads in a single week following launch, Smoody became an instant hit on the iOS platform, and was the #1 top downloaded app in the US App Store. This latest release reveals an entirely new set of challenges for players as they help the Smoodies reunite and create a portal home. To celebrate this update, Smoody and Smoody HD will be free for today.
Lost in the Unknown! How Do We Get Home?
A loveable race of aliens called "Smoodies" awaken to discover that they have been separated in various regions of the universe. Players are tasked with making precise cuts to the environment to allow the Smoodies to reach the black hole on each level. Strategically slice and manipulate items such as swinging rocks, wooden contraptions and giant horseshoe magnets with expert precision and get the Smoodies rolling back to their home planet!
* 20 new levels in an underwater chapter, The Ocean
* Five new characters to discover
* Game Center and OpenFeint leaderboards and achievements
* Facebook and Twitter integration
"Smoody was our first title for iOS and we were ecstatic to see it hit #1 when we set it free for a few days," says Federico Kalayjian, developer behind Smoody. "We couldn't wait to roll out the next update for our fans so they can continue to use their creativity to solve the challenges that we've created in each of the five environments. And as for new players, a few words of advice: think before you slice."
Federico and Alex Kalayjian are independent developers based in Montevideo, Uruguay. Smoody is the brothers' first title on the iOS platform, first launched in March. Federico and Alex are dedicated to creating entertaining, innovative apps for the iOS gaming market. Copyright (C) 2011 Federico and Alex Kalayjian. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.