London, United Kingdom – 45RPM Software today is proud to announce the release of Innecto 1.2 for iOS. Research shows that too much sugar rots your mind as well as your teeth, making it hard to concentrate. Put the Candy to one side and give your brain a real workout with Innecto.
Innecto seems so easy and relaxing; the little tiles twist satisfyingly into place as you race against the clock to complete each board in the least time with the least number of moves. The difficulty ramps up though – and you’ll need all your skill to get to the end.
There are more than 100 levels and each one is calculated by the computer so no two games will be the same – giving Innecto great replay value. The game design, code, tile graphics, and segment typeface are all the work of Pascal Harris (45RPM Software) and the music and sound design is the work of Richard Hanson (Highfish Recordings) with additional music production by David Jamieson. Many people have tested Innecto – and we really hope that you enjoy the final result.
* Gorgeous Retina graphics
* Addictive gameplay
* Randomly generated levels
* An amazing soundtrack that you’ll be humming for weeks
* GameCenter integration
* In-app purchases of extra hints (in case you run out)
* Help and hints on game play
* iPhone 4S, Pad 2, and 5th Generation iPod touch or later
* Requires iOS 9.0 or later
* 30.6 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Innecto 1.2 is available in two versions: a Freemium version and an up-front paid-for version is $2.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category. Both versions have the same number of levels and the same addictive gameplay. The Freemium version contains advertising, and the original soundtrack is only available as an in-app purchase. In addition, if you buy the ‘up-front’ paid for version of Innecto you will be rewarded with a free hint the first time you complete each level perfectly.
Based in the United Kingdom, 45RPM Software is an European husband and wife team (and we will remain European, whatever anyone else may say about it). We’ve been developing useful tools for the Mac since 2007. Our most popular applications are Locamatic (since 2007) and MailRaider (since 2009) – but USBleat (2013) has proven surprisingly popular in Holland and Japan. Copyright (C) 2007-2017 Pascal Harris / 45RPMSoftware All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.Click here for reuse options!
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