Can you Spot It?

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

     

Minneapolis, MN, October 29, 2010– Race the clock to find hidden objects in cleverly arranged scenes!  Big John Games has partnered with Capstone to bring Spot It to the Nintendo DSiWare™ service.  See how many objects you can spot in 10 different puzzles.  Vibrant graphics make spotting objects fun and challenging.  Exciting features include:

Hundreds of hidden objects: Spot hundreds of hidden objects in 10 themed puzzles including Outdoor Sports, Board Games and Fun with Food.

Pass around play:  Compete against friends in the pass around play.  Up to four players can race to find 10 objects cleverly hidden within a puzzle.  Each player has to spot the objects, then pass it on to the next player.  See who can get the best score!

Track high scores:  Find objects fast to score the most points.  Three levels of difficulty provide unlimited replay value.  

Spot It is rated E for Everyone and will be available for download on DSiWare™.  For more information including the Spot It trailer and screen shots visit http://www.bigjohngames.com/games/spot-it-challenge.   

About Big John Games

Big John Games is an independently owned video game development studio located in Edina, Minnesota. Its team of game designers, engineers, artists, and animators are dedicated to developing great games for all audiences. Over the years, the Big John Games staff has partnered with leaders in the game publishing industry to produce numerous successful video entertainment products. Big John Games is proud to be an authorized developer for the Nintendo DS™ and Wii™ systems.

Want to know more about Big John Games?  Check out their new website at www.bigjohngames.com

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