Geneva, Illinois – AppSpaceship, Inc. today is proud to announce the launch of their newest title release, FEEDBACK: Pattern Recognition Puzzle Game, available on the App Store. FEEDBACK: Pattern Recognition Puzzle Game is a very simple game that is very difficult to master. There are only two buttons. The design of the game is specifically for iOS7. The interface is minimal and sleek, which helps focus on the gameplay.
For each level, you are presented with a series of 4 items. Select one of the two buttons for each question and get positive (green) or negative (red buzz) feedback. The idea is to out the pattern of the series. You need to complete all questions correctly (positive feedback) to complete the level to prove that you have learned the pattern. Think you can do it? It is tougher than you think.
The puzzles are based around textual clues. There are only four elements presented at a time and feedback is provided for each button press. The idea is to learn the pattern of which button presses provide positive feedback, and to prove that you learned the real pattern by completing all of the questions in the level. It is deceivingly simple and yet can be mind boggling.
* 16 mind boggling levels
* Beautiful, intuitive interface
* Extremely simple gameplay
* Puzzles will drive you crazy
* Share your achievements on Facebook and Twitter
* Patience of a gazelle
* Logical thinking of a thinker
* Heart of gold or other precious metal
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 7.0 or later
* Optimized for iPhone 5
* 1.1 MB
Pricing and Availability:
FEEDBACK: Pattern Recognition Puzzle Game 1.0 is $1.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.
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