GiantCrayon SudokuArcade Released
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GiantCrayon Games has released GiantCrayon SudokuArcade, a game which combines falling blocks, a ticking clock and the brain puzzles of Sudoku. It makes use of either keyboard controls or motion sensors in newer MacBook laptops to move the falling Sudoku blocks. By lifting their Mac notebooks to the left, the right, forwards and backwards players can control the action in 3D.
"We're incredibly excited," said Tim Goggin, VP, Sales & Marketing for GiantCrayon Games. "You can play this falling block game using your arrow keys of course. But newer MacBook and MacBook Pro notebook computers have special chips designed to protect the hard drive in the event of a sudden drop. We use this sudden motion sensor to read the computer's physical movements through the air." GiantCrayon SudokuArcade requires OS X 10.5 and retails for $9.95 (USD). Visit the site below to learn more.
"This new game has it all," Goggin added. "It's a solid Sudoku game along and pushes interactivity to a new level." "The combination of unique factors make GiantCrayon SudokuArcade one-of-a-kind," Goggin concluded.
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