Get into some arcade puzzle action for free with ROLLOVER FREE for iOS

Hampshire, United Kingdom – Original Games Studios, a burgeoning digital game developer, has today announced the release of a free version of ROLLOVER for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. ROLLOVER FREE is a new spin on a classic arcade adventure. The game challenges players to guide multiple balls past obstacles and other dangers while racking up enough points to blast from one level to the next. This tilt based game is as entertaining as it is addicting, and includes eight challenging levels for users to play through. ROLLOVER FREE is currently available for download on the Apple App Store free of charge in the Games category.

This wildly kinetic game represents a modern digital update of the timeless hand-held tilt puzzles of yesteryear. To play the game, players rock their mobile device how ever they can in order to guide multiple balls at once around diverse game-fields. Each of the game’s eight levels includes a colorful array of bonus items, obstacles, and traps to keep its gameplay fresh and engaging.

ROLLOVER FREE is easy to master and incredibly intuitive to play. The gamer’s goal is to get the most points possible in order to win a gold cup on each level they play. Players can race to grab their gold cup either through accuracy, sheer speed, or a balance of the two. Whether you find yourself at lunch with a few minutes to kill or simply get in the mood to get a little gaming done, there’s no better daily dose of exhilarating mobile arcade action than ROLLOVER FREE for iOS.

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Original Games Studios was founded long term game designer Ian Andrew. The organization is committed to creating purely original and endlessly playable mobile games for iOS consumers the world over. (C) Original Games Studios 2011. 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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