Diamond Crusher shines with a completely revised design
- Posted on November 30, 2012
- in Press Releases
Cologne, Germany – The puzzle game Diamond Crusher comes in a new design, with new sounds, animations and game modes into Apples App Store. The basic version of Diamond Crusher is available for free for iPhone, iPod and iPad. A premium is available with additional features for $2.99.
The game principle is simple and entertaining: at least two adjacent gems must be found and crushed. The more gems are crushed in one move the more points the player gets. Bonus and malus gems add some more excitement into the game. With the game modes Shifter, Gravity and Blob more variety is guaranteed. The popular classic mode is newly integrated and is based on the same concept as other match-3 games. In order to crush gems, a group of three adjacent gems must be united by moving one of the gems. Other bonus gems bring additional points when crushed cleverly.
The successful app received a newly designed layout to ensure an intensive game play for its players. Several new objectives must be fulfilled to receive badges and diamonds. Diamonds can be exchanged into upgrades. New sound effects and animations round off the concept.
Pricing and Availability:
Diamond Crusher is now available in the Apple App Store as a free version or as a premium version for $ 2.99 (USD).
Based in Cologne Germany, mobivention is a leading international provider of applications and personalization products for smart phones and tablets. Founded in 2003, the company’s product portfolio addresses app stores, mobile network operators, brands and advertising agencies world-wide. The company employs 30 staff members and has a longstanding wealth of experience in the development of mobile content and realisation of customer projects. This unique expertise is the basis for a successful cooperation with namable and well-known customers of various lines of business. Copyright (C) 2003-2012 mobivention. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.