Aktau, Kazakhstan – Indie developer, Playbox Studio is proud to announce the release of Tiny Timberman – No One Hits 48 (v1.0), their new game title for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Tiny Timberman – No One Hits 48 is an unordinary mobile game that recognizes and adjusts according to the player’s behavior. The name of the game doesn’t come by chance but from the initial intention of developers to create a game where it’s absolutely impossible to reach at least 48 scores.
With a feel similar to “Timberman” and “Tiny Monk,” the concept of the game is simple: Walk the wood and cut the trees as they appear. This is where the first part of the game name comes from. At first, when you start playing the game and even cutting the first few trees, you might think that it will take you few more minutes to get a hand and reach higher scores. However, the game mechanics are set in the way that the closer you approach 48 scores, the more impossible it seems to reach them.
But why “No One Hits 48″? “This is the game detail where the devil is,” explained Roman Gurbanov, developer at Playbox Studio. “The secret is linked the ability of the game to learn and adjust according to the player’s attention, concentration and reaction. No one from our studio and our friends could reach as high as 37. If anyone ever hits 48, it means that either the person is genius or the game cracked. In any case we are ready to write each 48 scores owner in to the Hall of Fame, which is foreseen in the next releases of the game.”
And yes, we invite Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, aka PewDiePie to come around and try hitting 48 scores. Can’t wait to see the rage and frustration on his face.”
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* 9.7 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Tiny Timberman – No One Hits 48 (v1.0) is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.
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