Hawthorn, Australia – Picture This today is happy to announce the release of Crazy Opposites 1.7, an update to their fun, lateral thinking game developed for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. In Crazy Opposites, players are asked for the opposite of various events and things. What is the opposite of scrambled eggs? What is the opposite of a monkey? What is the opposite of a priest? They then have the challenge of working out what the most common answers might be.
There are no right or wrong answers in Crazy Opposites. Players must match the most common answers to jump to the next stepping stone – to achieve their ultimate mission of crossing to the opposite river bank. Players try not to run out of lives before getting across!
Version 1.7 offers 10 free clues with the first download. After that, clues are available for selected questions as an iAP. Sample Question: What is the opposite of toast? Sample Clue: Undo.
As well as being a brain teaser from the left drawer, Crazy Opposites is one of the most sociable apps ever. There are as many varied answers to – what is the opposite of a priest? – as there are colors in a rainbow. And a discussion over the merits of each answer may lead to much ‘friendly fire’ debate. The trick with CO is that players are being asked a logical question without a definitive logical answer. Arguments over which answers are more logical may abound. Players become creative in their efforts to be logical.
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 6.0 or later
* 14.0 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Crazy Opposites 1.7 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category. There is a free version available.
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