Posted by Press Releases | Sep 16, 2010 | Comments 0
Fremont, California – Emantras Inc and website SlapApp announced today the start of a new promo code giveaway and contest for the popular Rafter HD application for the iPad.
Posted by Press Releases | Sep 01, 2010 | Comments 0
Fremont, California – After the unprecedented success of Rafter (both versions- iPhone and iPad), Punflay has come out with Bounce It – a fun app for 99c. It is a ‘simple and uncomplicated’ game that would appeal to all ages. Bounce It derives its idea from a children’s tale with Bouncer being the central character. Bouncer slips off and falls to earth from the moon. The game involves helping him scale his way back to the confines of Moon.
Posted by Press Releases | Aug 19, 2010 | Comments 0
Fremont, California – Punflay announced that Rafter HD and Rafter on the iPhone will be going free on Sunday, the coming week, Aug 22nd, for the whole day. This is to commemorate the tremendous success of Rafter on both the iPad and the iPhone, and also to mark the one year anniversary of Punflay. Punflay turned a year old a few days back and this was one of the best ways to offer our prized app for free. Rafter is likely to go free a few hours before Sunday ticks in for people in the US and will be free for the entire day.
Posted by Press Releases | Aug 04, 2010 | Comments 0
Fremont, California – Punflay has released Rafter HD 1.0, the celebrated physics puzzle on iPad. Rafter HD offers more challenges within the 101 levels. It allows gamers to get the power to unlock and skip levels. Till now, Rafter has been following a sequential process, where the gamer has to proceed to each level in a linear fashion.
Posted by Press Releases | Jun 01, 2010 | Comments 0
Fremont, California – Punflay is breaking new ground with Rafter! Apple recently debuted this highly addictive app in their “What We’re Playing” list! Why? Read on to find out! This game doesn’t rely on fancy gimmicks, just simple physics and your thinking abilities! Rafter’s 71 levels (yeah!) test your logic and problem-solving skills in ways that will have you wishing you paid a little more attention in Physics class.