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Enter A New World Of Platforming In The Futuristic Gleamer

Enter A New World Of Platforming In The Futuristic Gleamer

August 8, 2013
Gleamer, a new application optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, promises to introduce iDevice owners to "a new world of platforming," and can be downloaded for $0.99. In the game, a yellow square bounces from left to right in a level made of up of different platforms. Here, users must guide the square using the application's one-touch control system in order to progress through each scenario, and move on to the next stage of the game. It's a simple enough system, but iDevice owners will find that Gleamer's mode of gameplay is particularly addictive. As the square moves from wall to wall, it gains speed, making it harder to control. Furthermore, players can improve on their scores by collecting glowing orbs which appear throughout each level. If you land on a red platform, however, it's game over. Developer Emmet Morris explains:
Gleamer is a puzzle platformer which combines the challenge of old-school arcade games with a modern, one-touch control system for iOS devices. Use your gleamer to collect the five stars in each level. It will move back and forth across the room, getting faster as it hits the walls. The blue platforms will help your gleamer reach the stars, but the red platforms will destroy it.
Features of Gleamer include:
  • 50 challenging levels
  • One-touch control system
  • Intricate puzzles
  • Game Center Achievements
  • Universal App
Below, we've included a trailer video of Gleamer, which explains how the application's gameplay works.

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Gleamer can be downloaded in the App Store for $0.99, and is optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Check out the new application now, or for more of today's app news, see: Can You Save Sugarloaf Kingdom In Every Hero For iOS?YouTube Cofounders Launch New Vine-Like Video-Sharing App MixBit, and Set Off On An Endless Voyage 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea In Abyss Attack.

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