NEUCHATEL, Switzerland - Oct. 26, 2012 - Miniclip, the world's top mobile and online games provider, today announce the release of brain-teasing puzzler,  Pinch,  to iOS. Additionally, after the successful iOS launch of  Off the Leash, Miniclip is bringing 'man's best friend'to Android devices.

In  Pinch, players will test their logic as they try to advance norbs - the player's object - through intricate mazes. Norbs that are too large to go through the gates will need to be pinched or split apart, while smaller norbs will need to merge to bypass various challenges and finish the levels. Players should be aware, some gates require certain symbols and colors, and others can only be passed a few times.  Every move counts!

After a successful summer iOS launch, Miniclip is bringing Big Pixel Studios' title  Off the Leash to Android devices. In  Off the Leash, there's a new Chief of Police in town and he's put a ban on dogs, ordering them all to be captured! Players will start off as a Golden Retriever and must outrun pesky cops to evade capture, while trying to rescue as many doggy pals as possible. Along the way users will need to eat food and collect coins, which can later be spent on various items in the store, as they complete missions.

Miniclip, the world's No. 1 online games site and successful mobile publisher, most recently surpassed 120 million downloads across the company's mobile titles. Its new cross-platform initiative has made it a leader in the industry as the first company to simultaneously launch new games across online, iPhone and Android. For those players that enjoy competing with big groups, Miniclip is also implementing its new multiplayer server technology to run game tournaments in real time online and on mobile. Popular games in its expansive library include Extreme SkaterHambo, Gravity Guy and  Monster Island.

Pinch is now available for $0.99 in the iOS app store here:

Off the Leash is now available for free in the Google Play store here:


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