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Tagline Toss Up Now Available!
Tagline Toss Up is now available on iOS, Android, Amazon and Nook devices. We would love for you to go check it out if you are a movie buff...and even if you aren't this game will make you one! I hope everyone enjoys the game and we would love if you would leave us a rating or review in the app store to let us know how you like the game. Links for all respective markets can be found below:
October 5, 2012 at 12:29 AM | from Clark Olmsted
Tagline Toss Up Coming Soon!
Tagline Toss Up, the newest game from us here at Sarcastic Brain Studio, is finally complete and sent off on it's way for approval. It will be available for iOS, Android, and Nook at launch, with the Amazon Appstore a possibility shortly down the road. Tagline Toss Up is a movie trivia game that challenges you to guess the correct movie from it's movie tagline.
We offer 3 fun game modes - Arcade, Survival, and Casual...each offering a unique spin on movie trivia. Gamecenter (OpenFeint for Android) leaderboards and achievements are available as well as in-game unlockable badges for different milestones. Tagline Toss Up offers over 3,500 unique Taglines from more than 1,200 movies...and it will be continually updated with taglines from the newest movies.
We will update when each of the stores have approved the app and it is available for download, which we expect to be within the next week or so. Hope you all enjoy the game!
September 25, 2012 at 7:50 PM | from Clark Olmsted
Dino Dodger now out for Android!
We wanted to let everyone know that we have (finally) released our first game, Dino Dodger, on the Android platform. You can pick it up at the Google Play Store here. We also have updated versions of Dino Dodger and Dino Dodger Lite out for iOS devices that fixes some issues with iPad 3's.
We also have been working hard on our next game, Tagline Toss Up, which we are getting close to releasing. Listen up all you movie buffs as Tagline Toss Up will test your movie knowledge by challenging you to guess the movie based from the movie's tagline. More details coming soon on this so stay tuned!
July 1, 2012 at 7:47 PM | from Clark Olmsted
New versions of Dino Dodger & Dino Dodger Lite now in the App Store!
Hey all, thought you would be happy to hear we have a new update available for both Dino Dodger and Dino Dodger Lite that is available for download. New features include more sensitivity options for accelerometer values, new difficulty level for those who found the game a little too hard, option to share your high scores to Facebook, and some minor bug fixes to gameplay. The Lite version also now includes an In-App purchase to upgrade to the Pro Version, as well as a different ad platform that should eliminate some lag issues during gameplay.
We included the new difficulty setting and sensitivity options due to feedback from users like you...we value your input and would love to hear of any suggestions or improvements you may have. So drop us a line here or find us on Facebook or Twitter.
Thanks everyone and stay tuned for some more announcements coming soon...
September 12, 2011 at 10:44 PM | from Clark Olmsted
Dino Dodger version 1.1 and Lite Version now available!
Today we are proud to announce that our first update for Dino Dodger, version 1.1, is now available for download. Some new features of this update include improved graphics, retina display support, Game Center support, and an optimized iPad experience. Grab Dino Dodger version 1.1 here.
We would also like to let everyone know that a lite version is now available for everyone who has not picked up the full version yet. The lite version includes all the updates mentioned above, the few differences are ads in the lite version and some of the special in game items are not available to users of the lite version. The hearts (to restore life) and golden eggs (for invincibility) are only available in the pro version of the game. We also are working on some new game modes that will most likely only be available in the pro version. Pick up Dino Dodger Lite here.
April 6, 2011 at 06:11 PM | from Clark Olmsted