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‘Decomosa’ On Apple iPad® Challenges Players To A Single- & Multi-Player Grid-Based Guessing Game

Design Visual Puzzles For Opponents To Decipher!

Copenhagen, Denmark, January 9 th 2014: Independent games developer and publisher ‘Forlaget Abeland’ is proud to announce the worldwide release of an updated version of ‘Decomosa’ to the iOS® app store. Available as a FREE download for the Apple iPad®, this highly addictive multiplayer puzzle game challenges players to a grid-based guessing game.

‘Decomosa’ is a deduction game that trains your brain to think logically in a manner similar to scientific experimental work used to investigate and understand technical problems and laws of nature. It can be played as a single-player or multiplayer game against friends or random opponents. Played on a grid made up by a 6 by 6 tile board, it is your task to design a visual logic puzzle for your opponent to decipher. Unlimited amount of hints are available, but use sparingly as points are deducted for each hint that you use. The objective of the game is to guess the pattern, and participants may ask for information about the color of any cell in the grid, and your score is the sum of the total number of correct guesses or colors in the overall pattern. How good you are at designing and guessing patterns has an impact on your overall score, and will ultimately determine who wins the game by proposing a solution to the patterns created by the opponent player.

‘Decomosa’ is available for FREE on the iOS® app store from here:


Journalists interested in further information or additional assets are welcome to contact GAME PROMOTER™ by sending an email to press@indiedeveloperconsulting.com. Members of the press are furthermore encouraged to visit www.decomosa.dk for the most recent updates to the game.


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