April 13, 2009 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Moraga, California - Spinapse announced the release of Diffle 1.1, a fast-paced un-matching game designed to challenge your brain. Diffle is available immediately for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The Diffle gameboard has 9 tokens. Players choose 3 tokens that are most different from each other. The more different they are, the more points earned.
With each combination, players can boost their score and get 3 new tokens. They'll also get a Diffle light at the bottom of the screen. When they get 7 of those lights, they're on to the next level. Time gets tighter as players make their way through the levels, and the pressure is on! Diffle's tips section includes hints for strategies to increase your score. The Worldwide Scoreboard lists the top players of the day, as well as the top players of all time.
* Addictive game play
* 9 levels
* New tokens on higher levels
* Worldwide Scoreboard
* Fun tips for boosting your score
* High replayability
Comments from Users: "I love this game. Very addictive." "Wow! I love this game. I actually felt my brain freeze up, and then kick back into gear." "This game is sick! It's one of those games that you'll never get tired of. It really makes you think but it is still awesome."
"Wow wow wow wow wow, this game is brilliant! I love these kind of games and this skyrocketed to my favorite in a matter of minutes. The artwork and structure of this game is phenomenal. It's a must buy for anyone that needs entertainment or just loves to play a fantastic game."
* Compatible with iPhone and iPod Touch
Pricing and Availability:
Diffle 1.1 for iPhone is only $1.99 (USD) and available exclusively through Apple's App Store. Evaluation copy available on request.
Spinapse makes games for your brain. The company was founded in 2004 by Bill Purdy and John Taylor, two veterans of the software industry. Both are alumni of the Harvard Graduate School of Education and have created award-winning products for organizations such as Lucas Learning, the Library of Congress, shockwave, and Apple Computer. Copyright 2004-2009 Spinapse. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.