NORRKÖPING, Sweden (October 3, 2012) - Sweden based company VisualDreams launched a free version of their newest title for iOS, Linkies, last weekend for all to experience. This includes a whopping 18 unique and addicting levels! The science behind this creative physics-based match 3 puzzler lies in its simplicity and offers stunning visuals as well as silky-smooth graphics.
“We are extremely excited to be able to bring the charming and brilliant world of the Linkies to a bigger crowd of people and let them experience it firsthand without actually spending any money. It will win people over without question,” - says Kristofer Boman, CEO of VisualDreams.
The story revolves around an ancient robot having risen with the intention of laying ruin to the Linkies’ charismatic and colorful world. As toxic waste gushes from the evil robot’s mouth at an alarming rate, it’s your job to aid the Linkies in restoring the former splendor of their world.
At first notice, players will be made aware that this is not a game that was quickly thrown together. A lot of thought has been put into every single feature and level, something that will be immediately obvious when you open Linkies. Its intuitive draw controls and endless hours of fun will without doubt hook you from the get-go! VisualDreams wishes to point out however, that due to the astounding graphics, a 3 rd generation iOS device is needed in order to experience it.
So, what are you waiting for? Get ready to leap into a matching frenzy like you’ve never seen the likes of before and download Linkies for free now! Just beware – you might not be able to stop!
VisualDreams is an independent game developer studio based in the southern part of Sweden, founded by trio Kristofer Boman (CEO), Harald Johansson (CTO) and David Marquardt (AD). Though a new contender in this particular field of gaming (since 2010), VisualDreams has already released a number of hit titles such as Herman The Hermit, published by Capcom, as well as the highly acclaimed Slam Dunk Basketball, which turned out to be a big success with over three million downloads.