A new arrival on the game making scene TBAG GAMES have released their first game onto the Windows Phone Store. Pictureroo Memory Puzzle Challenge is an addictive free memory game that will be enjoyed by adults and children. The game is easy to pick up but difficult to master. The game consists of various worlds of images that are unlocked as the player progresses. Memorise the flashing images then tap them into the grid as prompted, the score is determined by a combination of speed and accuracy.
TBAG GAMES works on a collaborative basis with developers, illustrators, animators and musicians. The character Roo was developed by a schoolboy Jesse Rist of Watford Grammar School for Boys near London in England who also illustrated the various images used within the game. In the future he hopes to study fine art at university, with the goal of working as a concept artist in the videogame and film industry. The soundtrack ‘you keep coming back’ was commissioned from the band Light Technicians who are in the process of recording their EP, the track will be available for early streaming on SoundCloud from the 30th April with release to the major online music stores in May. It is through collaborations with various artists that the game company believes some of the best works can be created.
Pictureroo can be played as a single player where the player can work their way up the leader board challenging for the top spot against players from around the world or players can choose Battleroo a standalone multiplayer pass and play world within Pictureroo Memory Puzzle Challenge. Battleroo has proven to be particularly popular; up to four players on one device, five levels determine who is the winner of the battle. Battleroo for multiple devices is currently under development for later release.
Pictureroo Memory Puzzle Challenge is available immediately for free download on the Windows Phone Store.
Download the game from the Windows Phone Store here.