Prague, Czech Republic -9th November, 2009– Handjoy, creative agency based in Prague and independent game developer Marie Bila aka“Granny Coder” are proud to announce their brand new iPhone / iPod Touch game called Gelex. The game is ready to be released on Apple App Store within few weeks.
Gelex is innovative and highly addictive arcade game for both casual and hardcore players. It combines physics elements with traditional match 3 concept. It is designed and fully optimized for the touch screen with easy to learn controls.
Main goal of the game is to help crazy physicist Alex destroy his newly invented matter called Gelex. Gelex takes form of small, quite annoying, jelly bricks and the only way to destroy them is to match them by color in special vaporizing machine. The more matches you make, the higher your score.
“I’m so excited about Gelex development process and I’m even more excited about the game itself. It’s so funny and entertaining and I hope people will feel the same way” said probably the oldest iPhone game developer Marie Bila, author of the game.
The game is in the final testing phase of the development process and its debut on Apple App Store will be at the beginning of December 2009.
Video from the game: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joQSLxfYHxM
For more information about game please visit:
Official homepage: http://grannycoder.blogspot.com
About Marie Bila
Marie Bila is 78 year old lady, mother of 3 kids and 5 grandchildren, who lives in small village in Czech Republic with one cat called Jasmina, 15 chickens and goat Liza.
Handjoy ( http://www.handjoy.net) is a creative agency focused on providing complex marketing solutions in the field of games and advergaming.
Since its foundation in 2005, Handjoy has been trying to bring original, amusing and successful titles in marketing, which are able to hold every player's interest no matter how old he is.
By its approach, persistence and quality of the solutions provided, Handjoy has gained front position in the field of the production of the advertising games (so called advergaming) in all its forms on the Czech market.