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What's New?

What's New?
  • Publisher: Playvisions
  • Genre: Puzzle
  • Released: 22 Feb, 2009
  • Size: 794.1 KB
  • Price: FREE!
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Is a game of such fantastic simplicity that it makes you say, "why didn't I think of that?"

Here's how you play, it's easy. You're looking at a picture and then in a FLASH, the image changes! Something NEW has been added to the picture. You must decide what is the new piece of the puzzle......

This is the ultimate Find 'Em game.

The game starts out simple and gets a little trickier with every FLASH!
No worries: You can ask for a hint.
You can also select the level of difficulty that works for you: Easy, Medium, or Hard.

The great thing about WHAT'S NEW? is that you can play using your own photos. Simply select a photo from your iPhone library and merge it into the game. Or, you can play with any of the two graphic set ups or the three pictures that come with WHAT'S NEW?

The point system is like golf. The lower your score the better. Negative scores are the best.

Unlike other games WHAT'S NEW? Is patented and trademarked. You're playing a one-of-a-kind game that is unique and totally original.

WHAT'S NEW? bends your mind and widens your smile. Absolutely addictive with each and every different game.

What's New Crew - Invented by Brad Ross with David Hoyt and Bob Williams
Play Visions Apps
Developed by Substantial, Inc

What's New in Version 1.2

Updated transparency to better handle dark backgrounds


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