CandySwipe Has Sweet Success in the Android Market

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Android Exclusive Casual/Puzzle Game "CandySwipe" is a success. Since its quiet release, and without formal advertising, CandySwipe has been downloaded over 150,000 times and played over 2 million times.

Game developer Runsome Apps announced today that their release of the completely new 2D puzzle game "CandySwipe" available in Google's Android Market for Android based phones and mobile devices is a success.

Since its quiet release 3 months ago, and without formal advertising, CandySwipe has been downloaded over 150,000 times and played over 2 million times. Along with those numbers comes a strong 4+ star rating in the Android Market for both the free and paid variations of the game. CandySwipe is starting to develop a large following of casual gamers who leave comments in the Android Market stating things like, "Addicting", "My favorite game!", "I love it", there is even a comment, "One of my favs. It's the 'new' Bejeweled :)".

CandySwipe is generating its growing revenue by placing ads in its free variation "CandySwipe FREE", as well as offering a "Paid" version with more levels and zero ads.

With the growing list of android games in the market, and big names such as "Angry Birds" and high resolution 3D style games, CandySwipe proves that a simple, fun, and unique game can also consume countless hours enjoyment for hundreds of thousands android users.

About CandySwipe
CandySwipe is a unique 2D puzzle game that initially has the look of popular "gem-like" games; however, the concept of the game is to swipe your finger across as many like candy pieces that are adjacent to one another either: left/right, up/down, or even diagonally to build up score and time. The game is designed to run on a majority of Android devices including, Motorola Droids and Xoom, Samsung Galaxy Tab, HTC Evo, Epic 4G and many more.

"We wanted to take the casual puzzle game and transform it into something fun that utilizes the swiping gestures of a touch screen device. Normally, games of this nature require "screen TAPS" to move pieces around etc., but with CandySwipe, the player interacts with the game by swiping in a fluid motion until as many pieces are matched as possible." Said CandySwipe developer Albert Ransom .

With a "sweet" array of candy graphics like candy apples, mints, candy hearts, and more, players must match as many pieces as they can in a single swipe without swiping across non-matching pieces. The bigger the swipe, the more points and time the player gets added to the score board. The object of the game is to keep the time plentiful enough to continue playing trough the 20 levels.

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About Runsome Apps
Runsome Apps is a three person development team dedicated to producing quality mobile apps.


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