March 16, 2009 in Finance (E)
[prMac.com] Colchester, Vermont - SmallRock Software has released updates to its line of popular iPlummet games. IPlummet 1.07 now contains, by popular demand, a full range of sound FX for all ragdoll models. The free companion version, iPlummet Lite, has also been updated to include the pain meter option previously only available in the paid version.
iPlummet is an addictive falling ragdoll game compatible with all models of the iPhone and iPod Touch. Features include, but are not limited to:
* Multiple ragdolls: beach babe, scruffy nerd, or fluffy dog
* Scream sound FX
* Realistic physics modeling
* Change direction of gravity by tilting the device
* Grab and throw the ragdoll by touching the screen
* Multiple backgrounds and ball graphics to choose from
* Adjustable number of balls
* Adjustable gravity
* Adjustable velocity damping
* Replace default faces with photo from camera or photo library
* Most painful sessions
* Turn off graphics to see only wireframes
Read a few of the many praises for iPlummet, and see what all the fuss is about:
"It's just the kind of app you can pull out to show your iPhone off!"
"It's so simple but it is addicting as hell."
"The physics and movements of the dummy while he is falling are so realistic that I kind of feel bad ..."
* US English
* All iPhone and iPod Touch models
Pricing and Availability:
iPlummet is available for only $0.99 (USD) through Apple's App Store. iPlummet Lite is free and is available through Apple's App Store.
Located in Colchester, Vermont, SmallRock Software, Inc. was founded in 2005 by Eric Allard and Michael Malony. After spending three years developing custom banking solutions for major players in the industry, SmallRock branched out into the world of mobile development in the summer of 2008. They have since released various entertainment and utility applications such as iPlummet, Fridge Magnets, and Gesture dial. All Software (C) 2008-2009 SmallRock Software, Inc. / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, "Apple App Store", iPod, the iPod and iPod Touch logo, and iPhone are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.