Our first iPhone game GreenThumb available in the App Store

Posted October 11, 2009 by Quinn McHenry in Games

We are giddy to announce the availability of our first game for the iPhone, GreenThumb. View the game at iTunes or try a full-featured, ad-supported FREE version! GreenThumb is an original, one-thumb casual game for the iPhone and iPod Touch. It is easy to pick up yet challenging to master.

When you play, seeds bounce around the screen at random. You get one touch per level to drop some water. Seeds that hit the water bloom into flowers and score points. Seeds that touch a flower earn more points, so getting high scores requires building longer chains of flowers. Each level gets a little bit harder to keep you challenged. A typical game lasts a minute or two, so it’s a great game to play while waiting in line or killing some time. As you play, you’ll unlock awards to track your progress.

The game combines vibrant images of flowers and relaxing nature sounds. As seeds bloom, wind chime sounds gently clang as if powered by the wind. Here’s a video of the game in action:

The game uses the AGON leaderboard system which provides world-wide score tracking and social network integration. You can compare your score with other GreenThumb gardeners from around the world, in your region, close to home, or in your friends list. Got something to brag about in GreenThumb? You can easily share your awards and high scores on Facebook and Twitter. In addition to total game scores, GreenThumb tracks highest level scores and total seeds planted in the leaderboards.

Get GreenThumb in the App Store now or try it for free.

We have other apps, too, if you like to abbreviate medical things, decipher txt msgs, wonder what day it is, or know your vino. Read more about all of our apps at QDideas.com.

 

About Quinn McHenry

Quinn was one of the original co-founders of Tech-Recipes. He is currently crafting iOS applications as a senior developer at Small Planet Digital in Brooklyn, New York.
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