November 9th 2010: Northampton, UK: New digital publisher, GokGames, today unveils its first iPhone and iPad title.
Simon Says: Triple Pack (iPhone) and Simon Says: Triple Pack HD (iPad) goes live today on the App Store, priced at 99 cents / 59 pence– a digital treat for the same price as a chocolate bar.
An evolution of the well known Simon Says memory game, Simon Says: Triple Pack brings you three variants on the well-loved classic, with high-quality graphics, rich sound effects and delightful music, the game also includes a co-operative Family mode, and a Multiplayer mode for up to six players.
“Of course I'd love people to buy the game,” says GokGames' Nicôle le Strange,
“But I'd also love people to download the other Simon-type games on the app store, just to compare what's out there with what we've done. This is a well-understood type of game, that has entertained and infuriated kids and adults for decades, and there are lots of versions of it on the store– but they often feel thrown together, unloved and unpolished. What we've tried to show here is that a popular, simple game can be done with real thought and care, and still be cheaper to buy than a cup of coffee.”
Simon Says: Triple Pack is available on the app store in all territories from today.
GokGames is based in Northampton, UK, and was founded by Nicôle le Strange. le Strange has previously worked for Beriah (the games production consultancy), TIGA (the UK developer's trade association), Oxygen Interactive, and Flaunt.
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