Sheffield, United Kingdom, October 14, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- U.K.-based Muchoedz headed by games industry veteran Nigel Speight announces the release of its first card game for i-Phone, i-Touch and i-Pad, Solitaire 3D. Early users report that they find the graphics striking and the game challenging, but easy to use. Solitaire 3D can be downloaded from the Apple App Store free of charge. The game itself is very simple to use and gives hours of fun and contentment.
The game is based on a classic solitaire variation, brought into the touch-screen era through the creative use of graphics, animation, sound effects, and device movements. The game was designed to be challenging, yet casual with an intuitive and smooth control system for ease of play.
Solitaire 3D features Apple’s Game Centre, with the ability to post quickest times and lowest number of moves. The leader boards can be viewed within the daily, weekly and all-time overall scores. This adds a new dimension and a world-wide social aspect to the classic solitaire genre.
Solitaire 3D is designed for all iOS devices to ensure playability in the highest resolution.
Solitaire has a distinct objective and evaluates the player's performance.
The games sound effects can be turned off for discreet playing.
It takes advantage of the suspended mode so that users can pause the app and then quickly resume play.
The game states are saved and restored, so the player can resume right at the point where play was interrupted.
Compatible with i-Phone, i-Pod touch, and i-Pad.
Requires i-Phone OS 3.2 or later.
Solitaire is currently Free of Charge and the update is available on 9th October worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.
Muchoedz was founded in 2010 head by industry veteran Nigel Speight. All development is concentrated towards iOS and mobile platforms. For example iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, and also Android.