Of all the people who test played QB8™ during its development, I’m still looking for the first person who does not like QB8™!
(PRWEB) February 27, 2014
Doug Reuter, famed inventor of the board game SEQUENCE®, proudly introduces the iPad App version of QB8™! Players combine intricate strategy with cards, dice, and uniquely designed cubes. It is available in the iTunes App Store for $1.99.
Up to four players can participate in a game of QB8™. One player can compete against the iPad, or two to four players can play by passing the iPad around. To win, a player must have two cubes of each color, and the numbers on those eight cubes must add up to 28.
The game features 48 Game Cubes: 12 each of red, blue, green, and black. Each cube also displays a numeral between 1 and 6. Players collect cubes one at a time.
Players receive six cards at the beginning of the game. Players can obtain a cube either by matching a card from their hand with the same color and number of a face-up cube or by rolling the dice.
Depending on the result of the roll, the player might be obligated to forfeit a cube, take a cube of their choice, or be allowed to take a cube from another player.
At the end of each turn, players have the option to discard one cube. Players can also pass without obtaining a cube if none of their cards or dice match an available cube.
QB8™ includes three hints on winning the game directly from its creator, Doug Reuter.
As the inventor of SEQUENCE®, a best-selling game since 1982, Reuter brings a keen strategic mind to this new game.
Doug Reuter stated, “I believe QB8™ will prove to be extremely popular. Of all the people who test played QB8™ during its development, I’m still looking for the first person who does not like QB8™!”
QB8™ was developed for Doug Reuter by Zco Corporation, one of the largest app development companies in the world.
About Zco Corporation
Zco Corporation is one of the largest custom app developers in the world. Founded in 1989 and headquartered in Nashua, New Hampshire, Zco has served Fortune 20 companies to small businesses for over 20 years. Its services include mobile and enterprise app development, 3D animation and games, augmented reality, and custom software. In addition to Zco's work for hire, it has an iOS and Android-based public safety product, PublicEye®. To learn more, visit http://www.zco.com/.