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The Impossible Game creators release new game Mayan Slice

December 28, 2012

From the creators of The Impossible Game comes a new challenge: Mayan Slice. In this stripped-back arcade game for iPhone and iPod Touch, players will need a steady hand and nerves of steel to slice apart the mysterious medallions.

The game's 84 taxing levels, as well as time attack and survival modes, are complemented by gorgeous digitally-painted artwork from Gong Studios and an original soundtrack by Vince Webb. Best of all, it's available right now on the App Store for $0.99 with support for iPhone 5.

"I've been working on Mayan Slice since the summer," said FlukeDude. "It's taken a while to come together, but I really wanted to make sure I followed up The Impossible Game with something equally as fun."

The Impossible Game has been a viral smash hit, reaching #2 in the App Store and being selected by Apple as their App of the Week. Gameplay videos of The Impossible Game, including a classic episode of 'Rage Quit' , have been watched over 15 million times on YouTube. Having first launched on Xbox 360 in 2009, it is now available on iPhone, Android, PlayStation and Windows Phone.

For more information, including a gameplay video, visit flukedude.com/mayan-slice or email press@flukedude.com .

-- FAQ --

What devices will Mayan Slice run on?

Mayan Slice is compatible with any device running iOS 4.3 and upwards. So it will run on iPhone 3GS and up (including iPhone 5), and on the 3rd-generation iPod Touch and up.

Will there be an Android version?

Maybe. Depends.

How many copies has The Impossible Game sold?

Sorry, we don't release sales figures. But you can rest assured that it's quite a few.

Who is FlukeDude?

An indie games developer based out of the UK who cut his teeth in the world of Flash games.

Wouldn't it have been more appropriate for this to come out on December 21st?

That was the original plan, but unfortunately Apple took longer to review Mayan Slice than we'd anticipated.

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