Reykjavik, Iceland, January 10, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The game, created by young Icelandic developers Dexoris, is therefore recognized as a worthy competitor to other music games created by giants of the gaming industry such as Rock Band by Electronic Arts, Tap Tap Tap Revenge 3 by Tapoulus and Guitar Rock Tour by Gameloft. Users can vote for their favorite game until January 31st (http://bestappever.com/v/mugm
) and the winners in each category will be announced on February 10th at the 2010 Macworld Expo.
Audio Puzzle, however, is unlike other music games as it connects with the player's music library and uses his favorite songs as material for interesting audio jigsaw puzzles. There is therefore no need for the player to buy a song he already owns - Audio Puzzle simply turns every song into a game.
Audio Puzzle has been getting acclaim from around the world since its release in December. On December 24th the game appeared on the What's Hot list in the iTunes store in Japan and on January 6th the game was handpicked by Apple to occupy the best promotional space in iTunes stores all around the world.
The success of Audio Puzzle is very motivating for the young Icelandic developers as the company was only founded last spring and Audio Puzzle is their second title. Their first, the herding adventure Peter und Vlad, was released in September 2009 and has also received a warm reception around the world.