New 3-D Puzzle Game “Crazy Sapper” from Aratog LLC is an Ultra Addictive, Fun and Creative Reinvention of Minesweeper

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Crazy Sapper from Aratog LLC challenges gamers to use their wits to solve a variety brain-bending logic puzzles to help the hero Max avoid threats, dangers and dozens of deadly hidden mines. The app features stunning 3-D graphics, immersive sound effects, a campaign mode with 30 levels, online multiplayer mode, and a range of special features.

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Crazy Sapper available now for iPhone and iPad

Crazy Sapper offers dozens of challenging logic puzzles, while at the same time, it’s incredibly fun and creative. It’s more than a modern remake of the classic Minesweeper – it’s a whole new reinvention!

Fans of Windows’ legendary game Minesweeper and everyone else who loves solving logic puzzles can now download Crazy Sapper from Aratog LLC, and enjoy classic 3-D sapper gameplay in an addictive, fun and creative new way.

In Crazy Sapper, a mad retired general named Boris has hidden a devastating acid vaccine on a secret base, and surrounded it with dozens of deadly minefields far out of the reach of any government or army. There’s only one man standing in the way of Boris’ dream of creating a super-bomb and enslaving the entire world: a crazy sapper named Max!

Gamers will need to use their wits to solve a variety brain-bending logic puzzles and help Max avoid threats and dangers, including: ambushing snipers, machine gunners in bunkers, bombs, and of course, dozens of deadly hidden mines. However, not all of the odds are stacked against Max, because along the way he can pick up grenades, med kits, camouflage cloaks, armor and money to buy needed equipment.

Other Crazy Sapper special features include:

> A campaign mode with 30 levels
> Stunning 3-D visuals and sound effects
> Exciting video cut-scenes
> Collect in-game bonus items, including chainsaws, grenades and health kits
> Online multiplayer mode
> Leaderboard functionality
> Various puzzle modes (survival and random level)
> Game Center integration
> In-App shop with bonuses and different skins

“Many puzzle games get boring after a while, or don’t have imaginative gameplay,” commented Lyubov Nazarenko of Aratog LLC. “However, Crazy Sapper is the best of both worlds! It offers dozens of challenging logic puzzles, while at the same time, it’s incredibly fun and creative. It’s more than a modern remake of the classic Minesweeper – it’s a whole new reinvention!”

Crazy Sapper, the new ultra-addictive, fun and creative 3-D puzzle game, is available now in the App Store at https://itunes.apple.com/app/crazy-sapper/id664655268. A video demo, screenshots and additional app information are available at http://crazysapper.aratog.com.

For more information or media inquiries, contact Mark Johnson on behalf of Aratog LLC at +1 408 757 0156 or press(at)appshout(dot)com.

About Aratog LLC

Aratog LLC is professional Games Development Company working to create exciting and compelling products across multiple platforms. Formed in early 2012, Aratog brought highly experienced, international talent together to build high quality entertainment products for the global market. Our extensive experience in AAA development across multiple mainstream platforms such as PC, Xbox and PS3 gives us a keen edge and competitive understanding of what contemporary players want from their games. We bring this knowledge and experience to develop products for SMART technology platforms such as Android and iOS whilst simultaneously merging them with more traditional web browser based gaming, creating unique and compelling experiences for our customers.

Crazy Sapper is the second release from Aratog and they hope to build on the success of Hungry Mouth, a cute monster arcade game that currently boast a 4.5 / 5.0 rating on the App Store. Other titles including Astro lords: Oort Cloud (MMO) and Navy Fight (Multiplayer) will come alive until end of 2013.

Learn more at http://aratog.com.

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