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Boson X Is Set To Offer A Mind-Bending Rotational Runner For iOS

One new iOS application promises to put iDevice users inside a huge, rotating particle accelerator, and to set them off on the search for an elusive subatomic particle called Boson X. Taking more than a healthy dose of inspiration from CERN's work on the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the app, which is also called Boson X, is set to launch on Sept. 26 for iOS. In the game, players must keep on-track while running endlessly along the inside of a particle accelerator; the random rotation and changing platforms of the accelerator, however, make this a difficult task. [caption id="attachment_466706" align="aligncenter" width="642"] Boson X.[/caption] The application's developer explains:
Quantum jump from planck to planck as you hit critical velocity in Boson X, a new rotational runner from Mu & Heyo. Use precise timing and fast reflexes to navigate a subatomic world where floors and ceilings don't exist. Will you be fast enough to discover the mysterious Boson X?
Features include:
  • Fast-paced, unforgiving gameplay
  • Six distinct procedurally generated levels to master
  • No superfluous powerups, coins or XP systems - just deadly serious scientific research
  • Simple, precise controls on iOS - no swiping or tilting
  • Discover the principles of each level by repeated experimentation and observation
Below, we've included a trailer video for Boson X. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=twGg4Bihh1U&feature=player_embedded

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As mentioned, Boson X is set to launch in the App Store on Sept. 26. We'll let you know once the application becomes available to download. In the meantime, see: Apple Announces Its First Weekend iPhone Sales: Best Launch To DateBooking.com Hotel Reservation App Updated With New Wish List Feature On iOS, and Shelf Control: How To Easily Define Words And Download Multiple Dictionaries In iOS 7.
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