Flipstacks Game

Flipstacks App for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and iPad mini

We are thrilled to announce that our first version of Flipstacks, a fun phone flipping memory game, has just been approved and is ready for sale on the iTunes App Store worldwide*.

 
Flipstacks on iPhone
 
The game is awesome for casual gaming - play a bit of Flipstacks while you're waiting in line, or have a few minutes to kill. The idea behind the game is to memorize the stacker tiles presented, flip your iPhone (or iPad) over, and flip it back to recall their positions. The bottom area shows you the "question" - the order in which you need to tap the tiles to recall them. We'd love your feedback on the game, how we can improve - we have loads of ideas already, but we'd love to hear from your. Please send us your feedback here, or even better, submit a review to the iTunes App Store.
 
* For South African users, we have submitted the game to the South African App Store under the entertainment category, and will advise when it is live - South Africa maintains their own set of age restriction stanards, and has therefore blocked Apple from providing South Africans access to the Games category.
 
We will maintain a South African version of the game in the Entertainment category.
 

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