SciBeaver, a Unique Puzzle With First Ever Light Guiding Mechanic Goes Live

Kyiv, Ukraine - September 14, 2012 - Tatem Games launches a new puzzler for iPad today.  SciBeaver is the first game on the AppStore to use real lifelike light physics. Developed in collaboration with Appevo Studio, it is live on the Apple AppStore exclusively for iPad and can be purchased for $0.99

SciBeaver is a level-based puzzle which revolves around properties and powers of light. Throughout 42 levels introduced initially and more coming soon, the player needs to focus, guide and alter the properties of light using various lenses, mirrors and light portals. Burning the exit door to set the protagonist free is a final goal in each level and an increasingly tricky challenge.  

SciBeaver is full of humor and drama, boasts of detailed graphics and employs a smart scoring system which counts percentage of light wasted to give room for high replayability as players strive for excellence and compete on global leaderboards. Most of the levels have more than one solution so puzzle fans can spend hours figuring best use of light-guiding mechanisms along with classic TNT crates, ropes and wooden planks.

About Tatem Games

Tatem Games is a Ukrainian developer and publisher of mobile games. It is best known for hit hunting simulation series Carnivores while its current portfolio comprises 9 full-featured games for the Apple AppStore and Google Play market.

SciBeaver on the AppStore:  http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/scibeaver-hd/id551323616?mt=8

SciBeaver video:  http://youtu.be/XRBjHM9md0I

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