Sort Trash from Treasure in Sortee, Available Today for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
Thursday, 31st January 2013 at 9:00 am
Test your perception of everyday "junk" with this unique casual game from Flow Studio, a free download from the App Store
[span style="font-size: 10pt;"] PRAGUE - 31 January 2013 - Indie developer Flow Studio is proud to announce that[/span] [em style="font-size: 10pt;"]Sortee[/em] [span style="font-size: 10pt;"]is now available on the App Store. A unique casual game for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch,[/span] [em style="font-size: 10pt;"]Sortee[/em] [span style="font-size: 10pt;"]tests players' perceptions of the junk that clutters up our lives with simple yet addictive sorting gameplay. This Universal App can be downloaded for free from:[/span] https://itunes.apple.com/app/sortee/id560499811
Sortee is a fast-paced arcade / puzzle game that makes you think deeply about objects and their meanings. As everyday items fly by, players must sort them into the correct bins based on criteria such as color, material, usage, and many others. The sorting starts out easy but as the pace and complexity picks up, Sortee goes from a simple diversion to a devious test of dexterity and brainpower!
"It's hard to describe how such a simple premise can be so much fun, but when we put Sortee in people's hands and watch them play, we see it on their faces," says Richard Horin, lead game designer and cofounder of Flow Studio. "Many times during development, we checked with playtesters to make sure we were on the right track, and nine out of ten players were stunned by how addictive sorting junk can be. Now we're excited to get Sortee out to a much bigger audience, so everyone can join the fun!"
With 400 hand-drawn items that need to be sorted into more than 100 categories, Sortee keeps your fingers and brain busy during 51 increasingly difficult levels. Players can choose between two game modes: "classic" for self-contained levels that gradually get quicker and harder, and "fast" for rapid-fire levels that provide an extra challenge. The game also boasts a distinctive cartoon art style and a catchy electronic soundtrack from producer/DJ Philip TBC.
Two gameplay trailers can be seen on YouTube:http://www.sorteegame.com
About Flow Studio
Flow Studio is an independent team based in Prague's TechSquare. Richard Horín and Petr Fodor founded the studio in 2011 so they could lose themselves in the "flow" experience of making games—a feeling of immersion, energized focus, and prolonged enjoyment that they hope to pass along to players. Flow's first iOS game, Power of Logic, has had 2M downloads, earned a 4.5-star user rating among App Store users, and received the FWA's prestigious Mobile of the Day award. Learn more about Flow at the company's website: http://www.flowstudiogames.com
Petr Fodor, Co-Founder
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