[prMac.com] Moscow, Russian Federation – News that will attract the attention of most gamers around the globe; a free, Lite version of the sensational iPhone game Cut the Buttons 1.0 and Cut the Buttons HD 1.0 for the iPad has emerged into the world.
Cut the Buttons can be proud of itself. In February 2012, during the free giveaway period, Cut the Buttons broke world App Store records over five days. There were over 650,000 downloads daily on average. As a result, the game became Number one in 50 countries and hit the top five in 88 countries. Over 45,000 ratings with an average grade of 4.5.
Cut the Buttons – a unique game; nothing similar exists on other platforms. It has been featured repeatedly by Apple in the New and Noteworthy and What’s Hot categories, and made the list of best iPhone and iPad games of 2012 in China. Hundreds of copies of Cut the Buttons have been downloaded for educational purposes, as the game has been acknowledged by specialists as a unique fine motor skills trainer for gamers of all ages.
The Lite version of the game contains the popular classic mode and minimal advertisements. In all other respects this is the same awesome multitouch game for the whole family.
The rules of the game are very simple. You must detach, with virtual scissors, all buttons sewn onto pieces of fabric that fly by while avoiding metallic rivets. If possible, catch detached buttons in a moving mug at the bottom of the screen. There is a special mode designed for lefties.
American English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese
* iPhone, iPod touch, iPad
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* 24.5 MB (iPhone version), 30.9 MB (HD version)
Pricing and Availability:
Cut the Buttons Lite 1.0 (HD) is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.Cut the Buttons 1.0
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