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Kiwi company introduces physics-based puzzles for iOS devices

Posted on 18-Jun-2013 11:38 | Filed under: News


Casual gamers of all ages will love Kiwi company Pixelchemy�s debut offering, the entertaining and addictive Vender Mender. In the same tradition as Cut the Rope and Angry Birds, Vender Mender features incredible cartoon graphics, amazing physics puzzles and a cute main character in the form of �Raz the Raccoon�.

The objective is to help Raz over 70 levels and three different machines to collect all the coins and return the machines to working order. There are endless hours of fun to be had, solving puzzles using a selection of wires, rubber-bands, air nozzles and speed wires. Rearrange the broken parts, adjust machine components, and of course, collect all those coins others have lost.

The new game is available for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. It comes with three different machines to fix, in 70+ levels of game play. The game provide a viewable solutions for when gamers get stuck.

Pixelchemy is a mobile app company based in Auckland, New Zealand specialising in gaming, communications and enterprise apps. It focuses on delivering designer apps and unique experiences for iOS and Android. Pixelchemy has worked for clients located across the globe and include Voxygen, Pfizer, Telefonica and Remby.


More information: http://www.appstore.com/vendermender...