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Robots create spatial logic puzzle that will blow your mind

Good Guy Robots Inc. (GGR) has just released Codex, a puzzle game that has gotten gamers to scratch their heads and think. Codex is a spatial logic puzzle with one goal in mind: To solve the puzzle in the fewest moves to earn gold medals. The gold medals are showcased in the leaderboards where players are ranked based on score with an option to display their medal haul. The medal haul shows off how each player did on each level.

Codex has 30 levels in progression of puzzle size and difficulty grouped in 6 stages. Finishing a puzzle will unlock the next one as long as you complete the puzzle within the number of prescribed moves. You can go back and play any puzzle you’ve already completed, however this feature is disabled in trial mode.

Codex also has music visualizations during gameplay that can be hooked into the music shared to the Xbox from your computer or USB device. The music visualization has each of the gears tuned to a specific frequency as the music is playing. GGR felt that this added to the look and feel of the game as well as allowed a better experience for gamers to listen to the music they enjoy.

Codex can be queued for download to your Xbox360 by going to the following link http://marketplace.xbox.com/en-US/games/media/66acd000-77fe-1000-9115-d80258550623 or by perusing the Xbox 360’s community games section.

GGR is proud of this release and plans to continue to release high quality titles on Xbox Live Indie Games!

To find out more about Good Guy Robots, visit their website at http://goodguyrobots.com

Contact: Ranyl Bantog

Tel: 778-882-4322

Email: ranyl@goodguyrobots.com?

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