BFOM Releases Ask Something? for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

Mobile App version of 20 Questions turns classic game into interactive social media experience

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Ask Something? is new twist on the classic game of 20 Questions.

We wanted to stand apart by creating the ‘Custom Play’
category to enable our users to fully customize their gaming experience.

LOS ANGELES, CA (PRWEB) March 07, 2013

BFOM, an independent mobile app developer based out of Los Angeles, California, announced the release of their first iTunes app this week called “Ask Something?”.

This addictive new game is now available exclusively for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Ask Something? is a highly entertaining revamp of the classic game 20 Questions with social media capabilities and a points system.

“We are extremely excited about Ask Something?,” said Trevor Jahangard, BFOM co-founder. ”This game will prove to be a fantastic new addition to any collection of social guessing games."

In Ask Something? players challenge their friends or random opponents in the ultimate game of
trivia. One player chooses from 1000s of words in the most popular categories, while the other asks questions to discover the answer. The revolutionary “Custom Play” category puts full control in the players’ hands, allowing them to create their own categories and answers, thus creating limitless possibilities.

Co-founder Anton Caserta says, "We wanted to stand apart by creating the ‘Custom Play’
category to enable our users to fully customize their gaming experience.” Ask Something? is now available worldwide for free in the iTunes App Store for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.

For more information about BFOM or Ask Something? visit http://bfomapps.com/apps.html.

About:

BFOM, an independent mobile app developer based out of Los Angeles, California was formed in 2012 by Anton Caserta and Trevor Jahangard for the purposes of creating entertaining, challenging, and social mobile app games.


Contact

  • Anton Caserta and Trevor Jahangard
    BFOM
    (818) 515-2210
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