Syndicated Puzzles releases Puzzle Dice - A new way to use dice

November 21, 2009 in Games (E)

[] Victoria, Canada - Syndicated Puzzles is building on their franchise game called Str8ts, by releasing a unique competitive game called Puzzle Dice. This challenging sequential thriller designed for the iPhone and the iPod Touch has built in light bulbs that automatically inform players when they have placed four die in their correct locations.

If the puzzle doesn't start to light up like a Christmas tree players will need to rethink their strategies while solving Puzzle Dice. Puzzle Dice uses the sequential mechanics of Str8ts, but really is a standalone game that forces players to solve the entire puzzle four die at a time.

With over 800 puzzles of increasing difficulty, and a single solution to each puzzle, you are guaranteed endless hours of enjoyment. If you have been waiting for the next puzzle craze, you will have to try out Puzzle Dice. Arranging invisible die in sequential order will challenge even the seasoned puzzle fan. Competing against the rest of the world for the fastest time while using the least amount of moves really makes this puzzle an instant classic.

Feature Highlights:
* Simple rules and no math skills required
* Pleasing graphics with simple and logical controls
* Picture rules explaining the game

Minimum Requirements:
* Compatible with iPod Touch and iPhone OS 2.2.1 or later

Pricing and Availability:
Puzzle Dice is $0.99 (USD) and is available exclusively through the App Store in the games category. Syndicated Puzzles has also other invented puzzles such as Str8ts, Domino Dice and 1 to 25 in Apple's App Store.

Syndicated puzzles is a Victoria BC based syndication studio dedicated to creating fun and challenging iPhone games and apps. We specialize in supplying the world daily with the best puzzles and exciting new concepts. Jeff Widderich and Andrew Stuart, Owners. Copyright (C) 2009 Syndicated Puzzles , Puzzle Dice and Str8ts. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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