Berlin, Germany – FoxDevil Games announces today the launch of a new version of its first iPhone application, 90 Degrees, a challenging game designed to put players’ puzzle-solving skills to the test with 60 unique levels. The object of 90 Degrees is to collect gems by turning a wrench as few times as possible. This task is not easy because gems are placed at the farthest ends and players only have a limited number of rotations.
Every level is a new puzzle, where players have to match the shapes and colors of the gears with their wrench. With every 90 degree turn of the wrench, players get closer to the goal – but they also just used one of their precious rotations.
“People tell us how 90 Degrees is easy to learn but almost impossible to put down,” said Rene Kretzschmar, Managing Director of FoxDevil Games. “With each new level, you find an exciting new challenge.”
To help players learn the rules and get started quickly, the app walks them through the first level, showing how to turn the wrench with the move of a finger. Users are challenged to see how few rotations they can make to collect the gems and turn on the light. With each new level, gems are harder to grab and players are given more advanced wrenches with 3, 4, or more colors.
Feature Highlights Include:
* Challenging puzzles – Players collect gems with as few turns of the wrench as possible
* Easy to learn – The game walks users through the first level, helping them get started quickly
* Share scores on Facebook and Twitter – Players can impress friends with their puzzle-solving skills by posting scores on Facebook and Twitter
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 3.1 or later
* 18.2 MB
Pricing and availability:
90 Degrees 1.1 is currently available for free worldwide through the App Store in the Games category.
Based in Berlin, Germany, FoxDevil Games specializes in creating entertaining applications for the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac OS. Copyright (C) 2011 FoxDevil UG (haftungsbeschrankt). 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.