Cachanga Soft Reinvents the iPhone, iPad Word Puzzle Game with Urubu


WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA – February 9, 2012 – Cachanga Soft announced that their first game, Urubu, is now available for iPhone, iPods touch and iPads. Urubu is a non stop action word Spelling game were players try to form the longest possible word, while the Tiki Hammer brother try to stop them.

In Urubu, the player spells words in the tiles that are at the bottom of the screen using the changing letters that appears at each side of the screen, but watch out for the Tiki Hammer Brothers that are destroying the tiles. Words are awarded points based on the number of letters, letter value, and the number of words in a row. The longer the words, the more points you get. “Let’s see if your nerves can handle the Tiki Hammer Brothers ever chasing down your tiles,” said the founder of Cachanga Soft.

“I’m please with Urubu; I know people will find it challenging and entertaining” said the founder. “It is a good exercise for your mind and it will reinforce your vocabulary. We have a lot of ideas and plan to do regular updates adding new futures that will test the limits of your brain,” said the founder.

Urubu is now available for $0.99 USD. Urubu is available word-wide from  Apple’s App store or by visiting: try it risk free by downloading Urubu Lite and get a feel of the game.

Please visit for more information on Urubu including screenshots and video of the game, and for more information on Cachanga Soft.

Cachanga Soft, is an independent app developer based out in West Palm Beach Florida, established in 2010, with the purpose of assisting individuals and companies in bringing to life their ideas for the iOS platform.

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