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Antimatter too unique to describe

  • Author: Mr Sandeman
  • Filed under: iPhone
  • Date: Dec 2,2008

Antimatter, Pangea Software, iPhone, iPod TouchPangea Software, a very succesful iPhone gamedeveloper known from titles such as Engimo, has released Antimatter for $0.99 in the App Store. The game is only $0.99 until tomorrow, because then Pangea Software’s one-week promotion ends. Antimatter is the first game by Pangea Software that isn’t a port of a Mac-game. The studio calls the game hard to describe because of the unique concept of the title. Antimatter allows palyers to control a stream of antimatter particles in outter space via the touchscreen. Your goal is to use the particles to change the colors of the cosmic strings in the game.

Pangea Software reaches one million App Store downloads

Pangea Software, iPhone, iPod Touch, Billy Frontier, Nanosaur 2: Hatchling, Cro-Mag Rally, EnigmoPangea Software has announced that they have reached a total of one million downloads worldwide since the App Store launch in July. Pangea Software is the developer of games such as Billy Frontier, Nanosaur 2: Hatchling, Cro-Mag Rally and Enigmo. To celebrate this accomplishment, Pangea Software is offering all of its titles for just $0.99 per piece this week. Brian Greenstone, CEO and president of Pangea Software is very happy with the milestone for his company:

“With so much competition, I’m honored that consumers have chosen to make our titles the top sellers for the iPhone and iPod touch. Our games are well on track to outperform our expectations for the year.”