Pig Curling Slides Onto the App Store This Month

Sao Paulo, Brazil - September 14, 2011

CEMG Apps today announced that their new iOS game, Pig Curling, will be released this September. The game allows players to send pigs sliding across the ice with the flick of a finger to hit the target and rack up points.

Pig Curling provides 40 levels of dynamic gameplay, throughout which players must attempt to hit targets with their porcine projectiles. Players can hone their skills on four different surfaces while solving ways around tricky obstacles like pins, wood boards, steel rails, and holes in the ice. There are seven different types of pigs that can be thrown, including special power pigs that provide additional help.

Skilled ham-hurlers can log their high scores on the Game Center, and integrate their Twitter and Facebook accounts to flaunt their pig-flinging skills.

Players can download a free version of the game, offering 18 different curling puzzles, or can get the full game for $0.99.

Pig Curling will be available on the App Store on September 29th.

About CEMG Apps

CEMG Apps is a small game developer based in São Paulo, Brazil. Carlos Eduardo Murrer Gomes founded it in 2010, focusing on producing dynamic and innovative games for iPhone and iPad. The studio is now working on two iPhone and iPad Games: Heineken Champions League 2011-2012 and Platypus Arcade.


Ellen Manuszak, TriplePoint for CEMG Apps



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