TicBits Ltd Releases iAssociate 2 HD for the iPad
Turku, Finland – TicBits Ltd today is pleased to announce that iAssociate 2 HD is now available for the iPad. iAssociate 2 HD is a highly addictive word association game, where players have to figure out which words or phrases are associated to each other.
iAssociate 2 HD has been developed with the requests from the players in mind, offering brand new gameplay elements to further enhance the gameplay experience. “One of the new features that we offer exclusively in the iPad version is that levels can now contain image associations, something which really adds another dimension to the game.” said Niklas Wahrman, co-founder and CTO of TicBits Ltd.
“The feedback we’re getting from the iPhone version of iAssociate 2 has been overwhelmingly positive, with players telling us how much fun the game is and how hooked they’ve become to it, followed by the constant requests of bringing it to more platforms.” said Niklas. “With those requests in mind we’re happy that we’re now able to launch iAssociate 2 on another platform, and rest assured, the iPad won’t be the last platform you’ll see it on, we’ve got some more big announcements coming really soon.”
* Compatible with iPad
* Requires iOS 3.2 or later
* 1.6 MB
Pricing and Availability:
iAssociate 2 HD (v1.0) is $2.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.
TicBits Ltd, an independent game development studio based in Turku, Finland, was founded in 2010 by two cousins, Fredrik and Niklas Wahrman. Before founding TicBits Ltd both Fredrik and Niklas have worked in the game development industry, on games such as Blade of Zorro, Constantine and Superman. In 2010 they decided to join forces and founded TicBits Ltd, with the goal of bringing social and casual games to the market. Copyright (C) 2010 TicBits Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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