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[January 22, 2013]
Independent Developer Releases Retro iOS Game Pinball Kid - Tens of Thousands of Players Take up the Nostalgic Challenge
Cupertino, CA, Jan 22, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- Pinball Kid is free, universal and a nostalgic app tribute to the handheld toy pinball games of yesteryear. The objective, like the game's real world counterparts, is simple. Fire ten balls up and away, then use flippers to redirect them towards a selection of numbered holes, in attempt to score as much as possible.
It features retro styling, addictive gameplay and Game Center integration, making it fun for iOS gamers of all ages. There are 3 tables to play; Rocktopus, Zombeaver and Antdroid - each of which will require a different approach. The game is simple to pick up, but becoming an expert requires practice. For maximum point scoring there are score multipliers, bonus holes that provide an extra ball and tilting the device will alter a ball's trajectory.
For those who remember the days of handheld plastic pinball toys, Pinball Kid will be an addictive flashback. For everyone else it is a classic iOS physics game that offers hours of fun for free.
Pinball Kid Features Addictive gameplay 3 fab tables; Rocktopus, Zombeaver and Antdroid Ace graphics Righteous physics Wicked audio Game Center leaderboards Version 1.1 submitted, adding sharing via Facebook and Twitter.
Download Pinball Kid free via the iTunes App Store:
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v=nCpX56rVnm8 About Sauce Digital: Sauce Digital Limited is the App Store pseudonym of London based digital creative, Morgan Davies. With 15 years experience as a designer and a developer, his work first appeared on the App Store with the release of Killer Pool in December 2008. Since then he has released over 20 games including; Touch Soccer 3D, Monkey Tennis, Ice Riders and also Nano Rally and Snow Fight - both of which reached the Top 10 of all apps in the App Store.
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