Tunaverse is pleased to announce the availability of its new Cinq app in the app store Click here to download from the app store.
Access and synchronize your home photo library on your iPhone or iPod touch from anywhere, anytime with Tunaverse Cinq. Uploading photos stored on your Mac or iPhone to Facebook and Twitpic has never been easier.
We added online high scores using Geocade.com. See how well you do against others around the world.
We also made the game a little easier by using less colors during the beginning levels of the game. The game now starts with 4 colors for the first 4 levels. A fifth color is added at level 5 and a sixth color is added at level 15.
We added a little animation when you lock a hex.
The pause screen was updated to show your current score, level and number of lives left. The high scores are now available through a new button on the pause screen.
By popular demand (from the original testers) we’ve added a “practice” mode to the application. When in practice mode, the clock does not count down, so the player can create hex patterns without being under a time pressure.
When switching from practice to live mode, the current game will be reset. A warning is presented to the player to prevent inadvertently wiping out an existing game.
We also re-built the application for the iPhone 2.0 (not 2.2) because it is compatible with all versions from 2.0 and up.
This video was created using the iPhone simulator and iShowU HD (great product), so you’ll see a mouse cursor moving around. I haven’t found a way to do this with the actual iPod Touch or iPhone yet (any suggestions would be greatly appreciated). It is difficult to use the mouse when trying to spin the Hexagons. Using your finger on the screen is much easier and more natural.
Tunaverse is pleased to announce that version 1.0 of the new HexLok game has been submitted to the iTunes App Store. How long does Apple usually take? We’ll know soon (we hope).
What others are Saying
"A classic... (five stars) HexLok is very addictive - it's easy to pick up in quick moments on the subway, waiting in line, or at home. I've found it stays challenging, and the time limitations make it feel suspenseful. Like Tetris, the simple yet challenging format make this game both easily accessible and continually interesting - has the feel of a classic game. Also, HexLok makes good use of the iPhone touch pad format.
A fundamental, perhaps obvious, deduction to speed your fluidity with Hexlok - to fill in the final wedge of an otherwise complete hexagon, move together a pair of wedges of the appropriate color and sub that pair into the remaining space.
- Matt Vittone
"Refreshingly Challenging! (four stars) Don't let the seemingly simple looking interface fool you. This game is anything but. Like a rubik's cube, each turn of the hex needs to be thought out in advance so colors line up two and three steps later. When playing it on the subway, actually missed a stop trying to beat the clock. That makes a great game in my book!"
"Fun and challenging! (five stars) This game is challenging, but once you get the hang of it, it is so addicting. Thanks Tunaverse!" -TrevorCK