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Pangea Soft is 'working like crazy' to bring its best selling iPhone games to the iPad

We have fond memories of playing Pangea Soft's delightful games on our lustrous new Mac hardware. Back in the day, most new iMacs and iBooks came with Bugdom or Cro-Mag Rally preinstalled. Recently, Pangea Soft have enjoyed considerable success in porting its popular Mac catalogue to the iPhone/iPad Touch platform. Puzzle games like Enigmo and Enigmo 2 have been ported perfectly, whilst the classic Mac platformer, Otto Matic, was less successful due mostly to control issues.

Pangea Soft's founder Brian Greenstone recently informed iPad Creative of his plans for the iPad. The team have "been working like crazy on getting our best sellers ported first.  The plan is to eventually get all of our iPhone apps moved over."

Knowing that we may only be a month away from playing Enigmo 2 on the iPad has got the iPad Creative team in a tiz. In truth, it's hard to think of any puzzle game that is more suited to Apple's new large touch screen computing platform.

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Oh yes, this is the kind of thing I can't wait to see on the iPad, I did find it a bit fiddly on the iPhone, so that larger screen will be ideal, combined with the multi-touch interface = awesome gaming experience!

March 25, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterPhil

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