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CRESWICK, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA - December 15th 2012 - KlickTock is delighted to announce the long awaited arrival of their Metacritic 90% rated game Little Things Forever for Android.  The genre-breaking seek and find game is the sequel to the original Little Things, an iPad App of the Week.

“Launching Little Things Forever for free on Android will hopefully allow us to find a wide audience around the world.” said Matthew Hall, Founder of KlickTock.  “Little Things Forever at launch supports 13 languages including Chinese, Korean and Japanese.”

Little Things Forever contains 10 new colorful mosaics to pore over and an atmospheric soundtrack produced by Vel9 Studios.

“Android support has been requested ever since the release of the original.  Switching the game engine to Unity3D made supporting Android possible and I’ve been long looking forward to the release.”

Be sure to check out the mind-bending trailer available from YouTube:

Get it on Google Play:

About Little Things

Little Things debut on PC in 2009 but was unable to find an audience.  However, the release of the iPad and a subsequent App of the Week feature in August 2010 propelled the unique hidden object title to the top of the charts.  Featuring a beautiful art style, minimalist game design and serene music, Little Things was not afraid to buck the genre trends.  The long awaited sequel was released on iPad and iPhone in June 2012.  Featuring 10 new puzzles at launch and localized into 13 languages, Little Things Forever has been a strong addition to the series.

About KlickTock

KlickTock is a one-man-band studio run by Matthew Hall and located on a farm in rural Australia.  Established in 2009, KlickTock has had multiple App Store hits including ZONR, Doodle Find and the Little Things series.

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