iKungFu game debuts on iPhone

Following its launch on 5 January this year, iphonekungfu.com has now introduced a free iPhone game on the iTunes App Store to download for free.

iKungFu is a simple yet addictive app that allows users the chance to smash through wood, ice and even brick by shaking their iPhone in a karate-chop motion. With fun sounds and the same design styles as the iPhone Kung Fu website, iKungFu is an entertaining new game for iPhone and iPod touch users.

The app concept, artwork and audio effects were created by the iPhoneKungFu.com team and then passed to developer Vladimir Kofman who has seen great success from his utility The Converter which is also available on the iTunes App Store.

“We’ve had a lot of fun creating this app for iPhoneKungFu,” said iCreate magazine Editor, Ben Harvell.“It’s amazing to think how far we’ve come in digital terms, from websites to podcasts to commissioning iPhone games in a few short years. I’d like to extend my warmest thanks to Vladimir, who has been both accommodating and patient during the creation of iKungFu.”

To download a copy of iKungFu to your iPhone, search for‘iKungFu’ on iTunes or visit www.iPhoneKungFu.com for more information. Updated daily, iPhone Kung Fu.com offers a free ringtone and video lesson every day along with the latest news and views from the iPhone Kung Fu team.

iPhoneKungFu’s new iPhone game is the latest addition to Imagine’s growing online portfolio that includes the recently launched Pokemon Face-Off ( www.pokemonfaceoff.com) and the massively popular DPhotographer.co.uk, which recently hit 50,000 photo uploads.

Imagine Publishing is one of the UK’s fastest-growing consumer specialist publishers. Formed in May 2005, Imagine now publishes 20 magazines and 25 websites in the videogames, computing, entertainment and photography markets. An Imagine magazine is purchased every ten seconds.

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