PR Log - Jan 17, 2013 - MELBOURNE, Victoria, Australia -- PKCLsoft, an independent developer of apps for the Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch has just released a new app, called Claustrophobic.
Claustrophobic, as the name suggests, involves playing a game in a space that is collapsing, where the room to play reduces over time. The game makes clever use of the accelerometer built into the Apple devices to allow the player to control the game by tilting the device.
Carefully designed from the beginning, the timing of the game has been set to provide the player with a pace that is fun, challenging, and very playable.
Through successive levels of the game, new features of the game are discovered, adding complexity and challenge as the player becomes more proficient.
Claustrophobic treats the player with bonus lives and powers as they reach higher levels. These in turn allow the player to keep the game going; to build a higher score.
High scores can be shared with friends and other players via full Game Center integration. It is also possible to share scores and screenshots with others via Twitter and Facebook on devices running Apple's iOS 6.0 or later.
One extraordinary feature is the ability to record a game, and share that game as a video with others via Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or email.
The artwork that gives Claustrophobic it's on-screen pizazz has all been carefully crafted to look beautiful on all of the Apple devices, including the latest iPad Retina and iPhone 5.
Device Requirements: Claustrophobic is a universal app, and works equally well on iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. It requires iOS 5.1 or later.
Pricing: Claustrophobic will be available for FREE from launch.