Band Logos Quiz 1.0 for iOS: Compete to Name Popular and Puzzling Icons

[] Worthing, United Kingdom – Otter Studios today is pleased to introduce Band Logos Quiz 1.0 for iOS, their take on the popular guess-the-logo game. The app features 225 logos from worldwide bands, with 135 more available for purchase. The logos shown in the game are incomplete, and the player must guess the band from these partial images. A certain number of hints are available, giving the player bits of information about the band as clues. The player can earn more clues and coins for use when they are stumped by a difficult icon, and after naming a certain number correctly, he or she can move on to the next level.

Feature Highlights:
* 225 worldwide band logos, with 135 in updates
* View partial logos and band trivia hints
* Features iconic and obscure logos
* Seven levels of gameplay
* Players share on Facebook for help from friends
* Earn coins for clues and answers
* Game stats available to track progress and compete with friends

Players will never tire of a game with 225 different logos to identify. Band Logos Quiz features all the most iconic and recognizable band logos from across the globe, as well as the more obscure icons for especially savvy players. The first level gives players an abundance of partially complete logos, so they can click on the logos they think they can identify and fill in the answers. After completing a certain number of logos in level one, level two becomes available to the player. More levels, and therefore more logos, are available to the player as he or she names more correctly. There are seven available levels in the original app.

Each of the logos has three hints that the player can ask for. The first offers a trivia fact on the biography of the band, the second is an especially cryptic hint, and the third gives the player a top track. While the player starts out with a certain number of available hints, they are not unlimited. Players must earn hints; every three correct answers or every ten minutes spent playing earns the player another hint. Players may also purchase hints in the shop.

Players may also earn or purchase coins to aid them in the game. Each correct answer is scored, and if the score is 750 or higher the player earns a coin. With twenty coins, a player can ask for the answer to an especially baffling logo.

Band Logos Quiz 1.0 exceeds other logo-identifying apps in its true game nature. The stimulating memory game allows players to view their game stats at all times and chart their progress. This way they can compete with friends using Game Center. The app also connects to Facebook with just one touch. Through this feature a stumped player can advertise an incomplete logo on the social network and garner help from friends.

“Test your band logo knowledge with this new and challenging game,” declares Nick Sherman of Otter Studios. “Compete with friends to identify band logos from all around the world.”

Device Requirements:
* Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Universal app optimized for display on all iOS devices
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* 42.6 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Band Logos Quiz 1.0 is free, with in-app purchases available to remove adds, buy hints and coins, and see the complete logo after guessing a correct answer. The app is available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.Otter Studios
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Based in Worthing, United Kingdom, Otter Studios was founded by Nick Sherman in 2011. Nick, 30, from Sussex, is the sole designer, programmer, graphics and music artist, with friends helping with ideas, research and game content. Their focus is to build small, fun games which fill a gap in a very congested and fast-moving market. They are always looking for the ‘next big thing’ and will not stop until they find it! Copyright (C) 2012 Otter Studios. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

###Nick Sherman
United Kingdom
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