124 Swipe to Add Me – A Free Game to Challenge Your Mind and Reaction

Shanghai, China – i-Shanghai Creative is proud to announce the release of 124 – Swipe to Add Me 1.0, its new game title for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. 124 – Swipe to Add Me is a finger game that you can pick up any trivial time to challenge yourself by playing some game rounds.

The main game rule is simple enough that what you need is just swipe or tap the digits (1 or 2 or 4) on the right side together to get the desired sum number listed on the left side. During the game, you are required to face both mental and physical challenges together. Although the mathematics is so easy (e.g 1 2, 2 4, 4 2 1, and more), you need to calculate and move your finger as quick as possible.

You will find your brain is not always working smoothly and what you need to train is to get rid of the blank brain period as many as you can. I believe you will get addicted to beat your friends on this game. You can share your incredible results to your friends on Facebook or Twitter.

There are 2 modes in this game:

* Arcade Mode – swipe to get the correct result as many as you can in order to achieve the level mission in speed (hint: the bigger the sum number you answered is, the higher the score you earn)

* Survival Mode – swipe to get the correct result as quick as possible in order not to let the digits touch the ground

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 7.0 or later
* 1.0 MB

Pricing and Availability:
124 – Swipe to Add Me 1.0 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.

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124 – Swipe to Add Me 1.0
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