California, US After much anticipation, App developer Big Ideas Digital is proud to announce the iPhone release of Say What You See: The Collection™, the sequel to its smash hit debut iPhone game, Say What You See: Music Fest™. Say What You See: The Collection™ will be available on the App Store 18th November, worldwide.
Say What You See: Music Fest™ was a huge success in the UK, climbing to #1 in the puzzle apps chart, and #3 in the overall paid apps chart. Since its release, fans have been demanding more Say What You See™ content via Facebook and Twitter channels, and Big Ideas Digital is now gearing up to deliver exactly what fans have been waiting for.
The Say What You See™ franchise is a fresh take on the hidden object genre, challenging players to pick out the popular bands, movies and TV shows hidden in intricately detailed, hand-painted scenes. Each scene or (iCanvas) has a unique theme, and is created in oil paint on canvas and then photographed by Internationally reknowned UK artist Aime Bolissian.
Say What You See: The Collection™ offers a new direction for the franchise – a single app that users can download multiple iCanvases into, as requested by fans. There will be two iCanvases available at launch, Books 2 Film and Scary Movies. A new free-to-play 10 puzzle iCanvas will be released for the app on a monthly basis thereafter.
Say What You See: The Collection™ features:
? 2 downloadable iCanvases available at launch - including 1x 50 puzzle canvas free with app
? A new free-to-play 10 puzzle iCanvas every month.
? 40 additional new puzzles available for every iCanvas via in app purchase
? A free-to-play bonus puzzles section, updated every month.
? Full Game Center compatibility
? Unique achievements for every canvas
? Retina-quality screens
Jon Hamblin, Digital Product Manager, Big Ideas Digital comments: “ Say What You See: Music Fest™ was a huge success, and we’ve listened to fans to make sure that the follow up, Say What You See: The Collection™ includes all the features they’ve demanded. That includes more free content, Game Center integration, and some fantastic, yet-to-be-announced surprises. We think this is the app puzzle fans have been waiting for!”
Say What You See: The Collection™ will be available from the App Store on November 18th, priced at 99 US cents, 59 uk pence, or 0.79 Euros.
For further information and screenshots, please visit the Say What You See website: www.swysapp.com < http://www.swysapp.com>
For review samples and interview requests, please contact:
Jon.email@example.com < mailto:Jon.firstname.lastname@example.org>
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About Big Ideas Digital
Since its inception in 2009, Big Ideas has been working with established brands and IP holders to bring their products and identities into the smartphone app arena. Its apps have been raved about by Wired and Mac User, received national media coverage and have been highly rated by many users. Big Ideas aims to create fun, accessible apps that anyone can enjoy.
About Say What You See
The first Say What You See™ title, Say What You See: Music Fest™ was the #1 puzzle app and #3 paid app in the UK iTunes App Store after just two weeks on sale. The extremely active Say What You See Facebook fan page has over 7,500 members, and the Twitter page has over 1,500 followers. The Say What You See™ iCanvases are painted by internationally renowned UK artist Amie Bolissian.
Praise for our previous game, Say What You See: Music Fest™
“?????” - AppSafari
"9/10" - AppTilt
“For a developer to get it so right on their first try is very impressive indeed.” – Pocket Gamer
“It’s become something of a regular request in our house and looks set to replace bedtime stories for some time.” - Wired.co.uk
“A curiously addictive time-sink.” - Eurogamer
"Make a dive for the Nyquil, ‘cause this app is going viral." - iPhone Appidemic
"I enjoyed the heck out of See What You Say, and I give it my personal recommendation." - Apple Gazette
“Danger! Red alert! Danger! This is one of those games that gets into my brain and won’t let go.” – Invert Y
“A cracking little time waster…” - Mortis, forum