Skee-Ball Reaches Number 1 Paid App Spot on App Store

Ahh, this is some pretty good news for one of my favourite developers on the iPhone/iPod Touch platform (them being the makers of Flick Fishing and Skee-Ball), Freeverse’s game, Skee-Ball has reached the number one paid application spot on Apple’s App Store! If I’m not mistaken, Flick Fishing had also occupied the spot some time back.This makes Freeverse sound like the Will Smith of the iPhone games industry.

Skee-Ball Reaches Number One Paid App on App Store!

Freeverse’s Timeless iPhone Game Rolls Into Top Spot

BROOKLYN, NY – October 27, 2009 – Freeverse’s Skee-Ball game for the iPhone and iPod Touch has reached the top spot on the App Store paid apps chart. A modern update on a nostalgic fairground game, Skee-ball marks the third number one app for Freeverse, with both Flick Fishing and Moto Chaser previously reaching the number one spot.

“We’re thrilled that so many people are enjoying Skee-Ball on the iPhone and iPod Touch and thank the community for their support,” said Ian Lynch Smith, president and co-founder of Freeverse. “Skee-Ball clearly demonstrates that by concentrating on developing realistic physics, great graphics and fun in-game rewards, some of the most timeless pastimes can be transformed into new casual game classics on the iPhone.”

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In Skee-Ball, players find themselves at their favorite arcade or boardwalk to relive fond memories of the classic game with the simple flick of a finger. As players progress, they can collect tickets in order to claim up to 80 fun prizes such as vampire teeth, fake moustaches or customized balls to use during gameplay. With Plus+ Network integration and the NVIDIA PhysX engine for realistic rolling action, players of all ages can easily pick up and play Skee-Ball no matter where they are.

Skee-Ball was developed by Graveck Interactive and is available for $0.99 from the App Store or at www.itunes.com/appstore.

Read more online at: https://freeverse.com/skeeball

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  1. pligg.com October 28, 2009

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