Chicago, Illinois – Robert Caruso is pleased to announce that Swift Match and Swift Match Free for iOS have both been approved for release in all regions. Swift Match is a fast paced memory game that asks players to keep track of various images. During gameplay, images cycle through the screen. Players must select whether the new image matches the previous one. Faster responses will earn the player more points if they are correct but also lose the player more points if they are incorrect.
The game can be played in three distinct modes. Standard Mode, available on both the free and paid versions, gives the player 30 seconds to earn as many points as possible. Marathon Mode, available only in the paid version, gives the player 3 seconds to play to start. One second is added for a correct answer or subtracted for an incorrect answer. Players who perform better will play for longer. Insane Mode, available only in the paid version, follows the same rules as marathon mode but adds a “three-strikes” system. After the player answers incorrectly three times, the game is over.
* iOS 7.0 or higher
* iPhone and iPod touch Native
* iPad compatible
* 2.5 MB available space
Pricing and availably:
Swift Match is available in a free (one game mode) and a $0.99 paid version (three game modes). Both versions will be available worldwide exclusively on the App Store in the Games Category on January 26th, 2014. Review copies are available upon request.
Robert Caruso is an independent app developer and engineer. In both product design and app development, he strives to create great users experiences. Products designed by Mr. Caruso and collaborators have wind awards from the likes of Ford Motor Company, the Industrial Design Society of America Saint Louis Chapter and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (District C). Mr. Caruso has had several iPhone applications on the iTunes AppStore previously. He currently resides in Saint Louis, MO where he is pursuing a Masters Degree in engineering. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2014 Robert Caruso. 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. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.