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Curling3D 1.0 for iOS - Ultra-Realistic, 3D, Curling Simulation Game

Curling3D 1.0 for iOS – Ultra-Realistic, 3D, Curling Simulation Game

Stavropol, Russian Federation – MaxNick today is pleased to introduce Curling3D 1.0 for iOS, their curling simulation game for one or two players. Similar to shuffleboard, the game is played on a flat ice curling sheet, roughly 15×150 feet. Players slide round stones of about 40 pounds towards bull’s eye targets at either end. Two teammates may use brooms to sweep the ice in front of the moving stone. Curling3D is a follow-up to MaxNick’s successful iCurling game, and adds a new dimension of realism with 3D rendering and on-screen players. Many user suggestions have been integrated into this new curling simulation.
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MaxNick Debuts iCurling 1.0 for iPhone - Olympic Curling

MaxNick Debuts iCurling 1.0 for iPhone – Olympic Curling

Stavropol, Russian Federation – MaxNick today is pleased to announce the introduction of iCurling 1.0.1, their new 1 or 2 player game for the iPhone and iPod touch. The game comes in the wake of the excitement of the 2010 Winter Olympics, where the sport of curling generated world-wide enthusiasm. Similar to shuffleboard on ice, the game is played on flat ice curling sheet, roughly 15×150 feet. Players slide round stones of about 40 pounds towards bull’s eye targets at either end. Two teammates may use brooms to sweep the ice in front of the moving stone.
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MaxNick Debuts iCurl 1.0 for iPhone - Olympic Curling for 1 or 2 Players

MaxNick Debuts iCurl 1.0 for iPhone – Olympic Curling for 1 or 2 Players

Stavropol, Russian Federation – MaxNick today is pleased to announce the introduction of iCurl 1.0.1, their new 1 or 2 player game for the iPhone and iPod touch. The game comes in the wake of the excitement of the 2010 Winter Olympics, where the sport of curling generated world-wide enthusiasm. Similar to shuffleboard on ice, the game is played on flat ice curling sheet, roughly 15×150 feet. Players slide round stones of about 40 pounds towards bull’s eye targets at either end. Two teammates may use brooms to sweep the ice in front of the moving stone.
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