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Dream Bot Studios Preps Free Game for iPad Mini


Gaming company Dream Bot Studios is set to launch its latest mobile game. And in time for the release of iPad Mini, the company announced it will also give away free versions of the game for the latest Apple device.

New York, NY (PRWEB) October 29, 2012

Gaming company Dream Bot Studios is set to launch a new game. And just in time for the iPad Mini release, it prepped a free version of it for the latest iPad tablet.

The game was entitled "Flicked Off At The Movies." To play it, gamers, who will be positioned at the back of the movie theater in the game, will have to throw candies and other weapons to movie goers at the front seats to tick them off. The goal is to simply make as many hit as possible.

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Candies and other weapons in the game were of corresponding points. And so, gamers will have to use them slyly and cunningly to get high scores. But apart from points, the “weapons” were as matched with silly animations and sound effects to complete the fun game environment.

As an iPhone and iPad application, Dream Bot Studios scheduled the release of “Flicked Off At The Movies” paid version in November. However, as a special treat, the gaming studio announced it will release a free version of the game as well, which could also be played on the soon-to-come-out iPad Mini.

"We will sell the game on all app stores, but we want to reward our fans, friends and families with the game being entirely free to play. All one needs to do is go to our Facebook Fan Page and Like our Fan page. They will receive a private code to download the full game for free, including all its updates," said the company's CEO Markus Skupeika.

Apart from “Flicked Off At The Movies,” the studio offers many other mobile games. It is currently redesigning all of them to be compatible with iPad mini.

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