[prMac.com] San Francisco, California – Available for iPhone, iPad, and iTouch, ‘How I Die’ is a social entertainment app released by Double Coconut, an independent development studio focused on apps that inspire creativity and self-expression. Free to download for an introductory period, ‘How I Die’ purports to harness the latest advances in psychic paranormal research and micro-photo scanning technology to analyze one’s face and determine when and how a person will pass. The app also shows users an image of what a person may look like in their very last moment.
A user can use the camera or their photo gallery to input a facial image. The image is then micro-scanned. The final ghastly image can be shared easily on Facebook, Twitter, Email, or other social networks.
“There are already apps to show me what I’ll look like old, fat, or bald,” says Bradley Hall, a fan of the app. “This definitely takes it to the next level.”
Full of dark humor, ‘How I Die’ also offers an Upgrade pack, purchasable within the app, to unlock more off-beat and off-color ways to die, as well as more morbid imagery such as maggots, open-flesh wounds, and tire tracks.
The app is for entertainment value only, of course, and is not recommended for the squeamish.
* iOS 4.3 or later
* iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad
* 35.2 MB
Pricing and Availability:
How I Die – Dead Booth 1.0 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Entertainment category.Double Coconut
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Located in San Francisco, California, Double Coconut is an independent game development studio focused on building apps that inspire creativity and self-expression. The company’s first game, Photo Phrase, lets people challenge friends to guess captions for images formed by combining real-world photos, sketches, and stickers. Based in San Francisco, Double Coconut is founded by gaming industry execs and founders from iWin, Digital Chocolate, and Social Concepts. Copyright (C) 2012 Double Coconut. 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.