July 7, 2009 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Berlin, Germany - syncRage presents its second game after Taxi Drive: Sorty! Easy to learn, but challenging when aiming for high points! Sorty is based on one of the simplest things in the world: sorting. Colored balls fall down from the top of the screen and have to be dragged to the bar of the same color to sort them out. The higher the game level is, the faster the balls fall into the screen.
To earn more points, easily connect neighboring balls of the same color by dragging over them. Special balls like the Double Time ball double your points for a certain time. Every 5000 Points, bombs fall down which clear the playing field with big explosions and allow you valuable breathing time. You can play Sorty against other fast fingered buddies and those aspiring to that. Using your social network (e.g. Facebook) or email contacts you are able to contact friends and invite them to challenge you in playing Sorty.
* Really intuitive gameplay using the touch screen for input
* Extreme action-driven fun-to-play game
* Two difficulty modes
* Special balls, which double earned points temporarily
* Bombs, which clear the playing field
* Dynamic increase of difficulty during gameplay
* Highscore list
* Global highscore list (scoreloop)
* Challenge other gamers or friends (scoreloop)
syncRage announces that the next update will provide you with more challenges, e.g. new special balls with awesome effects plus new game modes. Conclusion: Sorty is fun to play and a real score hunting challenge to your fast fingered skills. It's the ideal game to clear your head in between.
* iPhone or iPod touch (1st and 2nd Generation) 2.2.1 or later
Pricing and Availability:
For a limited time, Sorty 1.0 is completely free of charge and available exclusively through Apple's App Store.
syncRage is a game developer based in Berlin, Germany. We develop games for the platforms PC, Nintendo DS, Nintendo Wii and for iPhone and iPod touch. Copyright 2009 MacScripter LLC All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.