Say What You See: Music Fest is Top of the Pops!

London, UK, British developer Big Ideas Corp is proud to announce that its debut iPhone game, Say What You See: Music Fest , has become a top five app, less than two weeks after launching on the App Store. At the time of writing, Say What You See: Music Fest is currently sitting at number 3 in the app store games chart, and the #1 puzzle game.

Say What You See: Music Fest is a fresh take on the hidden object genre, challenging players to pick out band names cryptically hidden Catchphrase-style amongst an intricately detailed, hand-painted scene. The scene was painted in oil paints on a huge 4’ by 6’ canvas by UK artist Aime Bolissian. Clues are on-hand to nudge players when inspiration fails and with 50 bands to discover, Say What You See: Music Fest offers plenty of challenge for anyone with an iOS device.

Jon‘Hamblin, Say What You See’s Brand Manager at Big Ideas Corporation comments“We’re hugely proud of what we’ve achieved with our first game on the App Store. We were hoping Say What You See: Music Fest would really capture people’s imagination, so to see it rocket up the charts in such a short time is incredibly rewarding - we’re looking forward to supporting our fans with more Say What You See content in the future.”

Say What You See: Music Fest is available from the App Store now, priced at 59 uk pence, 0.79 Euros or 99 US cents.

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About Big Ideas Corp

Since its inception in 2009, Big Ideas has been working with established brands and IP holders to bring their products and identities into the smartphone app arena. Its apps have been raved about by Wired and Mac User, received national media coverage and have been highly rated by many users.

Big Ideas aims to create fun, accessible apps that anyone can enjoy. Say What You See is their first game.

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