PressOK Entertainment, a leading developer and publisher of mobile games, today launched updates for both the Free and Full versions of Finger Physics, the addictive, finger-pleasing puzzle game for the iPhone and iPod Touch. With the second update, PressOK has given fans a total of 45 new levels for the Full version, and 18 for the Free version in less than a month.
“Finger Physics struck a chord with iPhone gamers thanks to its assortment of addictive physics gameplay, and as a result we have a couple million sets of fingers out there itching – scratching would be more accurate, perhaps – for new content,” said Alex Kolosov, VP of Development for PressOK Entertainment. “If your New Year’s resolution is to get in shape, make sure not to forget about your fingers – we’ve got just the exercise regimen!”
The new update, available for download immediately, adds 9 new levels to the Free version, and 18 new levels to the Full version of Finger Physics. Furthermore, for today only, 6th January 2010, you’ll get the game for free! Read below to get the address to download the game from.
Finger Physics originally hit the App Store in September 2009, and in November clutched the #1 free and #4 paid game slots – to date, the iPhone crowd-pleaser has received over 2.6 million downloads. Fans who already own either the Free of Full version on Finger Physics can download the latest update free of charge. The updated Full version of Finger Physics is available on the App Store for $0.99.
Here you are a demo video so you can watch for yourself:
The continued success of Finger Physics has been widely criticized by Pinky Bandito, rogue leader of the Anti-Finger Physics League of Fingers Upset about Finger Physics. The coalition of angry pinky and ring fingers released no statement in response to news of the game’s second free update, but several anonymous sources allege to have observed Bandito crying, painting his nail black, and listening to Dashboard Confessional.
To check out more about the addictive iPhone sensation, visit: http://www.fingerphysics.com/. To buy Finger Physics in the App Store (or get it for free on 6th January 2010 only), visit: http://itunes.com/app/FingerPhysics.