Washington, DC (PRWEB) July 10, 2014
"Yatzy Ultimate” was featured on NewsWatch as part of its monthly AppWatch, which takes a look at the latest and coolest mobile applications on the iOS, Android, and Windows market. Andrew Tropeano, a host of NewsWatch AppWatch and mobile technology expert, conducted the app review and shared with viewers how it’s a fun, simple, and easy way to play the popular game.
Yatzy is one of the most played games in the world. It’s simple, fun, and easy to pick up. The most common way to play is with a piece of paper and five dice, but players can also download a Yatzy app to play on the go.
The Yatzy Ultimate App is one of the most popular games on the store, with over 4 million individual downloads. They offer free and paid versions for iOS and Windows phone devices, as well as on Facebook.
The game has 5 levels of difficulty online, start as a newbie on Noob Alley and advancing to Hot Highway. Players can also train, bet and take risks, play with friends or play people nearby using Bluetooth.
The game also comes in three different configurations: American Yatzy, Maxi Yatzy which uses six dice, and Yatzy the Scandinavian version which has five dice.
To download it or learn more, just head to http://www.Seavus.com or search “Yatzy Ultimate” in the Appstore or Windows phone store.
NewsWatch is a weekly 30-minute consumer oriented television show that also airs monthly on the History Channel, Bio Channel, and ION Network. NewsWatch regularly features top technology products, unique and beautiful travel destinations, health tips, medical breakthroughs, and entertainment news on the show.
A recent addition, NewsWatch AppWatch is a weekly segment that provides viewers app reviews and game reviews of the latest and hottest apps and games on the market for iOS, Android, Windows, and other devices.
NewsWatch airs in 180 markets nationwide as well as all of the top 20 broadcast markets in the country, and is the preferred choice for Satellite Media Tour and Video News Release Distribution. For more information or to watch the June 2014 show, visit http://newswatchtv.com/appwatch.html.
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