Handmark Releases Glyph on App Store

November 3rd, 2008 by Arjan Olsder Posted in New Releases | No Comments »

Developer Handmark has released yet another mobile game for the iPhone and iPod Touch. This time it's Sandlot's casual puzzle game called Glyph.

"We are thrilled to partner with Handmark to bring Glyph to iPhone and iPod touch," said Daniel Bernstein, president and CEO of Sandlot Games. "Glyph represents the first game in our initiative to bring all our best-selling titles to this revolutionary new platform."

"The beautiful graphics in Glyph make full use of the stunning screen and offer an incredibly immersive feel," said Howard Tomlinson, Director of Game Development, Astraware. "We re truly delighted at how much fun it is!"

Glyph immerses players in a gaming experience with vibrant graphics, atmospheric music and sound effects, and an ethereal guide to talk players through the game and story of Kuros. The game offers many hours of fun with more than 200 levels across 2 play modes. The release of this title extends the long-term relationship between Sandlot Games and Astraware – the Handmark Games Studio, which began with the award-winning strategy game, Tradewinds, in 2004.

"We are excited to continue building out our catalog of high-quality games and apps for the Apple App Store," said Cassidy Lackey, vice president of Handmark Studios. "Glyph is a fun, well-designed game that I am confident iPhone and iPod touch users will find enjoyable."

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