London, 6 th of June 2012 – Advanced Mobile Applications (AMA) today launches on Google Play the free version of Cross Fingers, developed in partnership with Mobigame, the creator of EDGE.

Tired of completing puzzle after puzzle with no action? Challenge-lovers, your search is over! With 10 million downloads already on iOS, Cross Fingers offers a multitouch experience where your fingers, your dexterity and your spirit are put to the test.

As with any tangram, combine the pieces to form the correct shapes as quickly as possible but, this time, there are two differences.

The Cross Fingers environment is delimited by the edges of the screen, obstacles and other wooden pieces. To spice things up, the red pieces slow you down by constantly returning to their former position, requiring the use of several fingers.

Discover the 180 Cross Fingers levels, with increasing difficulty over 9 level groups. To add to the challenge, share your results with friends and compare progress with players within the Papaya community.

Cross your fingers!


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About AMA 

Founded in 2004 by the Guillemot Brothers, Advanced Mobile Applications Ltd is an international game and application developer and publisher specializing in content for mobile devices, tablets and Kinect. AMA, sister company of Ubisoft and Gameloft, is present on all the current mobile OS - including iOS, Android, QnX, Windows Phone 7, J2ME and Brew. AMA Ltd partners with a selection of the best development studios worldwide to stay at the cutting edge of video game technologies. 

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About  Mobigame

Mobigame is a young, independent studio which develops and publishes video games for digital platforms. Mobigame has won numerous prizes at the IGF, IMGA, Milthon, etc. for its innovative games: Edge, Cross Fingers, Truckers Delight and, most recently, Perfect Cell.

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