RoboSockets: Hello, Droid


Kiev, Ukraine – December 16, 2011 – Tatem Games has released an Android version of RoboSockets, its highly acclaimed puzzle game that was previously available on iother platforms. It is now a free download on Android Marketplace.

RoboSockets has first been released on iOS in February 2011 and received a Metacritic score of 78. Given the game’s steampunk theme, it might appeal even more to Android users who are known to be more hardcore.

RoboSockets comes for free and is a first application for Android OS published by Tatem Games. CEO Igor Karev says the company is “very curious about joining a new ecosystem and exploring if all the myths and legends about it are true. We are already porting a few of our other apps and hope it will be as much of success for us as Apple’s AppStore is”.

Reviews of iOS version of RoboSockets have called it “one of the most interesting falling blocks game” and Tatem Games hopes to impress Android gamers just as much.

About Tatem Games

Tatem Games is an inventive and enthusiastic game development studio. Core of Tatem Team has emerged from good old PC game development dating back to 1995, while their newly-born love for Apple products has guided them into a new realm of mobile and touch gaming. For just two years of working with iOS, Tatem Games has released 4 full-featured games, all of which are successful and occupy decent positions on the App Store. In 2011, Tatem Games is going to release brand new games for multiple platforms.

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