Stamp Art Fever Updated to Include More Exclusive Stamps to Collect
Pisa, Italy – Indie developers Francesco Chessari and Nicola Pacini today announce the release and worldwide availability of the updated version of Stamp Art Fever, the first title with intriguing combination of social gaming and stamp collecting.
With the update Stamp Art Fever makes a big step forward. Every month starting from the current update developers plan to release new themed sets of stamps. Every stamp featured in the title is a little piece of art created by professional illustrator and artists exclusively for this game. 95 new, unique and beautiful stamps to collect are already available with this version.
In the game users are art-stamp collectors who build their virtual stamp collection by continuously searching, buying, trading, and bidding on any of over 400 exclusive stamps with realistic art design in 20 levels. Players connect with their friends all around the world to swap stamps, compete in collector challenges and accomplish the ultimate goal of acquiring a complete collection.
“It is not a game just for stamp lovers, with Stamp Art Fever we wanted to create a game that gives everyone the opportunity to collect original stamps in a fun way. It was born as a collecting game, but thanks to continuous upgrades the fever is growing and everyone searches for the missing piece of art. Try to see if you are immune to the collector’s fever!” – said Francesco Chessari, the main developer of Stamp Art Fever.
* Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.0 or later
* 186 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Stamp Art Fever 9.0.0 is free of charge and available exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.
Located in Pisa, Italy, independent Italian software developers Francesco Chessari and Nicola Pacini share a passion for crafting incredible software for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Stamp Art Fever for iOS is their first game and the first collecting-board game of its kind available on the App Store. Copyright (C) 2011 Francesco Chessari and Nicola Pacini. 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.