The Waiter for iOS Released – New Game

By on Apr 21, 2013 at 9:32 am

Hillside, New Jersey – Indie developer Reginald Bernardin today unleashed his first creation in the world of apps. The Waiter iOS is innovative and stylistic iPhone game. The game gives players a very unique and realistic task challenging them to use steady hands like a true waiter by using a sensitivity system that makes you balance your plate. The core game relies on balancing a plate of food from one point to another.

You must keep your hands steady tilting the iPhone using the accelerometer function. If the food falls off the plate you can touch the actual food to return to its original place. The game focuses on having steady hands like a real waiter, not dropping anything. When you get to the food the customer you have successfully completed the level.

French waiter, Jean Luc has been forced to wait on all the tables by himself due to waiter shortage in the restaurant. The manager has no one else because all his other employees are stuck in traffic. It’s up to Jean Luc to get all the orders out on time to keep a happy boss and happy restaurants but it’s up to players to score big points and help the French waiter keep his job!

Features:
* Balance the iPhone by using the accelerometer function
* You can save each food from falling by simply touching it
* many achievements to accomplish
* Addicting gameplay
* Unlock Fun Bonus level to rack up money
* Challenging and fun levels
* mini games

Device Requirements:
* iPhone 4 and higher or an iPod touch (6.0 IOS)
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* Optimized for display on all iOS Devices
* 15.1 MB

Pricing and Availability:
The Waiter 3.3 is available free worldwide in the App Store in the Games category.

The Waiter 3.3
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Independant developer, Reginald Bernardin is the sole propietor of the development and distribution for The Waiter 1.5 iOS. He currently resides in Hillside and has plans to bring more fun games to a general audience. Copyright (C) 2013 Reginald Bernardin. All Rights Reserved. the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.