Bangkok, Thailand – Van der Veer Games is pleased to announce the release of its new family-orientated physics game Bird On A Wire for iPhone and iPad. Targeting mobile gamers who want an instant pick-up and play game, Bird On A Wire not only provides this with unique realistic physics but adorably cute feathered characters who bring with them some seriously addictive entertainment for the whole family.

The goal is as simple as the game controls. All that’s required is to TAP birds so they land on wires occupied by similarly coloured birds to score points. But don’t let too many birds sit on the same wire or they’ll snap! Reach the required points for a stage and any wires snapped will be reset for the next stage. New stages bring new bird colours to add to the difficulty and also new characters such as the dragonfly that starts a 2X score multiplier clock or the squirrels that knock birds off the wires.

Bird On A Wire Features:
* HD graphics on both iPhone & iPad
* Realistic physics
* A host of unlockable birds and special characters
* Full Game Center support to challenge friends and global players
* Capture & post your magic moments to Facebook

Device Requirements:
* iPhone or iPad
* iOS version 4.3 or higher
* 7.8 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Bird On A Wire 1.0 is $0.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.

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Recently relocating its main office to Bangkok Thailand, Van der Veer Games is a dutch independent game developer founded in Singapore in 1998 by Jacques Deul. Originally setup to develop and publish its own board and card games, VDV Games made the leap to mobile games in 2011. The company has currently published 2 board games, 2 card games and 9 IOS mobile games titles. Copyright (C) 2012 Van der Veer Games. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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