High Fives – A sleek new collectible puzzle game available now on iOS

[prMac.com] Vancouver, Canada – Indie game developer, Jeffrey Yim, one of the developers of the Apple featured game Mechanic Panic, today is thrilled to announce the release and immediate availability of High Fives 1.0 for iOS, a new puzzle game about combining colors and numbers. High Fives’ simple, accessible, gameplay can be summarized as combining numbers to increase their value, until two fives match, creating High Fives.

Gameplay involves sliding numbered tiles around a board, however a few rules turn this simple task into a mind bending challenge. Numbers can only combine together, for instance, 1 and 1 form 2, which can then only combine with another 2. Also, colors only combine with each other, so two green tiles, or two red tiles match together to form a 1. Keep combining numbers until two 5 tiles match, creating a High Five, clearing the tiles, giving points, and coins.

Each slide adds a new number to the board so players must continuously remove tiles by combining them to prevent the board from filling up. Use coins earned in-game to unlock new tiles to customize the way the board looks and sounds. Featuring almost one hundred tiles, players will always have a reason to come back to play the game, earn coins and unlock new tiles.

* Easy to learn, hard to master gameplay
* Unlock tons of tiles and play with new decks
* Compete with your friends with global leaderboards
* Share your best scores with the tap of a button
* Chill soundtrack

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPod touch and iPad
* Requires iOS 8.0 or later
* 17.7 MB

Pricing and Availability:
High Fives 1.0 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.High Fives 1.0
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Located in Vancouver BC, Jeffrey Yim is an independent game developers that has worked in the games industry over 9 years. Copyright (C) 2016 Jeffrey Yim. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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