Claustrophobic, a new game for the Apple family of iDevices running iOS 5 or later, is almost ready to release.
In this game, the aim is to keep your ball rolling as long as you can. When it’s moving above a minimum speed, your score increases. If you stop or slow down, so does the score.
As time moves forwards, the space you have on the screen in which to move reduces, as the boundaries move inwards.
As you roll around the screen, controlling the direction of the ball by tilting your device, various obstacles, tokens and power-up’s appear on screen. It’s up to you to dodge or hit them to keep the game going. Some will give you points, some will end the game, some will affect how your ball moves.
This game has been built from the ground up to work on all of the new Apple devices, especially the iPad Retina, iPad Mini and iPhone 5.
A teaser/trailer video has been posted on Youtube to give you a feel for the game ahead of it’s release.
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