Top 50 Kids App – Mystery Math Town for iPhone is Free Today

[] Pleasantville, New York – Artgig Apps is pleased to announce a summer app giveaway – today only, Friday June 28th, their acclaimed educational app, Mystery Math Town for iPhone, is free (normally $1.99). Recently named by The Guardian as a top 50 kids app from 2013 that parents can trust, Mystery Math Town for iPhone requires mathematical skills and strategy to help a curious little ghost find and rescue the fireflies that are hidden in math town. As a bonus, children can earn talking portraits for their gallery, revealing the stories of the quirky townspeople and the town itself. The game is designed for ages 6-12 and up.

Stuart Dredge of The Guardian reports “…my six year-old has taken to it strongly: a game where you explore a series of spooky houses by tapping on stairs, ladders, doors and windows, solving sums before you can go through them using numbers collected along the way. You can tweak the difficulty level and sum-types to suit the age of your child.”

Artgig President, Matthew Kicinski, says, “as parents, we understand the summer school break presents a struggle to balance fun while maintaining a reasonable level of academic enrichment for kids. As game developers, we strive to make educational games that kids want to play and we think Mystery Math Town is a great tool to keep math skills sharp and combat summer learning loss.”

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* 103 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Mystery Math Town for iPhone 1.0.1 is currently free (normally $1.99) and available exclusively through the App Store in the Education category.Artgig Apps
Mystery Math Town for iPhone 1.0.1
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Artgig Studio is an award-winning boutique interactive firm based in Westchester, NY. Artgig’s key employees first met while working together at Sunburst Technology, then a division of Houghton Mifflin Interactive, developing and producing educational tools and games for schools and children. In 2002, Matthew Kicinski launched Artgig with Steven Grosmark and Elisabeth Cherry. Since then, Artgig’s capabilities and portfolio have expanded to include mainstream websites using open source and proprietary CMS platforms, games, enterprise web tools, mobile applications, our own continuing education LMS platform, and Educational apps available in the App Store – developed under the Artgig Apps brand. Other Artgig Apps include Mystery Math Town for iPad, the award-winning Marble Math apps, the award-winning early learning app, Alien Buddies, the popular learn-as-you-laugh language arts app, Shake-a-Phrase, and children’s book app, Being Benny. Copyright (C) 2013 Artgig Studio, LLC. 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.

###Matthew Kicinski
President, Artgig Apps
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