Did you wonder what an iPhone developer can create in 24 hours in order to profit at maximum from the astonishing possibilities of the Retina display? The team at Infinite Dreams decided to check it out and take the chance to create something really amazing! The new project has been designed, developed and submitted to App Store in just 24 hours!
Gliwice, Poland - Infinite Dreams the creators of "Let’s Create! Pottery" and "iQuarium" informed today that they are working on a mystery 24-hour project which will hit the App Store soon. The only known detail about this unveiled application is that it fully supports the gorgeous iPhone 4 Retina display. The App will be however also compatible with older devices. More information’s will be revealed on Tuesday!
iPhone gamers can follow developer's Facebook channel and submit their presumptions about this mysterious App. The one who guesses the theme of this unique product will be awarded Infinite Dreams games!
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About Infinite Dreams Inc.:
Infinite Dreams Inc. is a game development studio located in Gliwice, Poland. With over 10 years of experience in the industry the company focuses on creating top quality games for all most popular mobile operating systems including iPhone OS, Android and Windows Mobile. The company cooperates with major international publishers and software distributors in Europe, North America and Asia. Sky Force– a title created and published by Infinite Dreams– is the highest rated Polish mobile game of all time. Currently the company is one of the most important software providers for the next Nokia's OVI Store. Hooked On: Creatures of the Deep by Infinite Dreams was the best-selling and top rated N-Gage game in 2008. The company
is also an official and certified Sony PSP, Nintendo WiiWare and Nintendo DS developer.