Syndicated Puzzles releases Str8ts - A Mass Market Rival to Sudoku

October 15, 2009 in Games (E)

[] Victoria, Canada - Syndicated Puzzles today released several versions of Str8ts, their challenging, logic and addicting number puzzle designed for the iPhone and the iPod Touch. The puzzle was specifically invented to follow directly the highly successful pathway of Sudoku. 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 Str8ts.

The puzzle has all the same qualities that made Sudoku so popular. Str8ts has nowhere to hide, black and white numbers and a grid that looks more like a crossword puzzle are the only building blocks of the black and white puzzle. It is very simple, Str8ts will surprise anyone who tries one out. The puzzle is that good. The foundation of Str8ts are sequences that have to be cleverly placed to create a unique solution. Str8ts is currently being highlighted on the iTunes store in the "What We Are Playing" section.

Feature Highlights:
* 3 different applications - Str8ts 9 x 9, Str8ts 6 x 6 and Str8ts Lite
* Simple rules and no math skills required
* Pleasing graphics with simple and logical controls
* Built in tutorials on how to play
* Four levels of puzzles to suit players needs
* Listen to your iPod Music while playing

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

Pricing and Availability:
Str8ts 9 x 9 is $2.99 (USD) Str8ts 6x6 is 0.99 (USD) and Str8tsLite is free. All are available exclusively through the App Store in the Games category. Syndicated Puzzles has also other invented puzzles such as 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 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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