Raleigh, NC, March 01, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Flicksync Knights Who Say Ni
"Flicksync: Knights Who Say Ni" available on Google Play for the Android Market.
A free game based on the novel "Ready Player One" by Ernest Cline, now available for Android.
Available today, the app Flicksync: Knights Who Say Ni offers futuristic game play to Android phone users. It allows players to use their voice to control the game by reciting lines of dialogue from the Knights Who Say Ni scene from the film Monty Python and The Holy Grail. The app uses the speech recognition component of Android phones to check how well Monty Python enthusiasts really know their stuff.
The app plays a scene from the movie and you supply the next line of dialogue. If you get it exactly right you get a bonus, otherwise you get a score based on the percentage of words you recite correctly. Cue Cards are available to help and you can earn more as your accuracy improves.
In the bestselling novel "Ready Player One," the main character plays the same kind of game in a virtual recreation of the scene. You don’t have to wait for the future to try it out now. Players can compete to get the best global high score.
“I’ve never seen another game that uses speech recognition so effectively in a game,” said Bob Ladrach, the app developer.
Flicksync: Knights Who Say Ni is now available free world-wide on Google Play. Steven Spielberg is making a movie version of the novel to be released in 2017. More Flicksync movie scene games will be produced as interest grows.
Please visit the Google Play Store for more Flicksync: Knights Who Say Ni, including a video and screenshots of the app.
Flicksync games are developed by Bob Ladrach, a freelance programmer with over 30 years’ experience.
If you would like further information on Flicksync: Knights Who Say Ni, or you would like to schedule an interview, please contact:
Phone: (919) 614.8627
To download the app: Go to Google Play Store, Keyword: Flicksync