Pangea Software announced today the release of updates for nine iOS games. The updates will allow all nine games to work in the native screen resolution on the 4″ display of the new iPhone 5.
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Yes, you heard that right – Pangea is making all of their iPhone, iPod touch and iPad games free from 8 AM to 8 PM CST today and today only, in honor of the third anniversary of Apple’s App Store. Once 8 PM hits, they will all go to a $.99 price, a sale that does not yet have an end date. These games include Enigmo, Enigmo 2, Otto Matic, Bugdom 2 and Cro Mag Rally, among many others.
“iOS and the App Store are the most important things to come along in the video game industry in a generation,” said Brian Greenstone, President of Pangea Software, “We’ve been very fortunate to have been a part of this, so to say ‘Thank You’ to all of our awesome customers we’re hosting the biggest giveaway the App Store has ever seen.”
Pangea Software has been in the game software business since 1987, creating games for the Apple IIgs and the Macintosh, though they plan to focus solely on iOS games for the foreseeable future. They released their first game, Xenocide, for the Apple IIgs in 1989.
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Enigmo 2 was released last night creating a panic among the seemingly sane app reviewing community. Everyone was happy I think, but in the end we all knew that sleep would not an option for a few days. I just posted a review up on the site, but, being the fan of YouTube, and videos in general, I had to show off this video by Brian Greenstone of Pangea Software. In the video he discusses the gameplay, the production, and gives a few of his thoughts to top it all off. If you are a fan of the Enigmo series, I’d recommend checking out this video, and the review, ASAP. Enjoy!
Enigmo 2 will anger you in unimaginable ways, but you will keep playing. I liken the experience to a typical game of golf. No matter how bad you do, you'll keep playing. It's just so pretty, inviting, and ultimately fulfilling.
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