August 18, 2011 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Los Angeles, California - Schogini Systems, an innovative mobile application developer, has today announced the release of Crazy Circuit for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Crazy Circuit is a puzzle game that challenges users to employ speed, math skills, and deductive reasoning prowess in order to ravel the pattern of an electrical circuit in order to get it to work. Highlighted by colorfully dynamic graphics and addicting gameplay reminiscent of Sudoku, Crazy Circuit is currently available for download on the Apple App Store for $0.99 in the Games category.
This mobile vibrant puzzle experiences challenges players to utilize their deductive skills to connect a set number of electrical circuits in the correct pattern in order to make them work. Crazy Circuit provides players with theoretically endless levels to play through, ensuring that they'll be engrossed by the game time and time again. Players simply set their difficulty level and take off connecting circuits until they find the right connections, fill up every free moment of their day regardless of where they are, and guarantee they always have a way to entertain themselves.
This addictive app is as well designed, as it is exciting to play. The game features vivid well rendered graphics, a sophisticated random puzzle generation engine, as well as a useful array of player features to ensure that everyone who play Crazy Circuits gets exactly the gaming experience they want. Among its functions the game includes a undo/redo option, a pause button, as well as a useful auto-play feature. There's even a built-in Cheat System available for users to use in case they get frustrated with a level they're playing. The app is fully integrated with Apple's Game Center as well. All in all Crazy Circuit is a mobile game that has the power to enrich the brain while entertaining its users.
Based out of Los Angeles CA and Trivandrum India, Schogini Systems is comprised of a team of professionals who are very passionate about mobile and web technologies. The developer has the best engineers at work churning out apps using the state of the art iOS SDKs, and their expertise is in Physics, 2D, Game Center/Multi-Player based Apps. (C) Schogini Systems 2011. 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.