Madrid, Spain – NumberOne update 1.5 for iOS and Android brings 3 new modes to the game, six in total and now it’s Free on iOS and Android systems. NumberOne defy our concentration on a fast placed, yet simple premise. We show you a number, and you need to find it as fast as you can. Every time you press the correct one we will show you a new arrange of numbers and the better you are, the harder it will be.

Players are presented with a numbered tile and have to find the correct one among the ones offered, focusing their attention in the number without being confused by colors, tilts or vibrations. If we fail, time will be deduced from our clock, but as we sum correct tiles we can sum more time to our game, giving us the opportunity to make a better score. Once the time has run out, we can see our score and average response time, best time, number of errors. Players can challenge family and friends, thanks to the integration of the game with Twitter and Facebook.

The New Update 1.5 includes:
* Three New Modes
* Enigma Easy – Chaos Easy – Chaos
* New background music for Chaos Modes
* If you can’t unlock a mode tap over it for more info
* Ready for iPhone 5

The app features a Premium option to unlock the modes for the user, but every level can be unlocked, if you train your brain.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* Universal app optimized for display on all iOS devices
* 67.4 MB

Pricing and Availability:
NumberOne Brain 1.5 is free and available worldwide through the App Store in the Games category. It is also available on Google Play.

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Neotko Studios is born from the imagination of Sebastian Suchowolski. Dedicated gamer, he is always translated his passion to his work: in 1998, together with his brother Gabriel Suchowolski (currently CEO of Estudio Cocoe) create Onez, one of the firsts online video games magazine, a personal project in which they transform their hobby in a launchpad that allowed them to showcase their talents for future jobs: its design and contents were produced by themselves. Thanks to his work in Onez he was hired by the magazine PSM as editor in chief, coordinating the publication and edition of articles, the layout and working as PR with the video games producers. Later on he continued working in the video games and design world in enterprises such as, Arroba Systems and Futura Networks. In 2012 he gives a step forward creating Neotko Studios to transform his ideas and experience in games for everybody, from the casual player to the most experimented gamer. Copyright (C) 2012 Neotko Studios S.L. 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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