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We have been busily working to bring Odd Spotting to the iPhone. It has been a challenge but we have finally managed it and we can announced today the release of Odd Spotting for iPhone on the iTunes Appstore.
The news gets even better as the iPhone version features version 1.3 of Odd Spotting which adds an extra bonus stage!
Odd Spotting features 144 levels of infuriating fun set across three difficulty levels and four level packs.
Head over to the iTunes Appstore: Odd Spotting for iPhone.
The first reviews for Star Cats Cadets DJ and Jelly’s second outing on the iPad look are starting to appear:
“If you played with Odd Spotting and loved it (which I did and will always do) then prepare yourself for the bigger, meaner brother: What’s Different !!! – Kids-Apps.mobi
‘What’s different?’ is a good value, fun, casual family game and continues to add to the Star Cats brand and if you enjoy a good puzzle game then you should really check it out in the App Store. – iPhone Experience
If you are a reviewer and would like to check out Whats Different HD for iPad drop us a line – we would love to hear from you!
Whats Different for iPad has been approved and released onto the iTunes App Store and is available right now!
To read more about DJ and Jelly’s second iPad adventure read Whats Different.
We hope you love Odd Spotting as much as we do! We have been busy here building a boat load of new features into version 1.2 including a new refined interface, 144 challenging levels set across 4 level packs, and two bonus mini-games.
Head over to the iTunes App Store: Odd Spotting HD and update today.
Shh! We have some news – there is a new Star Cats adventure coming to the iPad very soon. We can’t say much about it at the moment as it is still in the lab – but it’s nearly ready!
We’ll let you know more about it just as soon as we can!
It’s finally here, the first update to Odd Spotting for iPad and we hope you like the changes. First off there is a new level pack with 64 new levels for you to spot. Next up we have a new interface which lets you get at the action much quicker than before.
The difficulty selection has been updated to make all levels available to all abilities – so you just need to choose easy, normal, or hard from the front screen. Also, if you select easy then the timer is disabled so you don’t have to worry about running out of time whilst playing.
The reviews for DJ and Jelly’s first outing on the iPad look encouraging with reviewers liking the game:
“Odd spotting is fun for all the family, it’s infuriating, addictive and fantastic for short bursts of play, and we heartily recommend it.” – iphone-experience.com
“If you’re looking for a game that’ll give your brain and your eyes a workout, give Odd Spotting a try.” – appadvice.com
“You are going to love this iPad app. It brought waves of laughter into my family which was something new because we believed we saw everything that could be seen and nothing could make as laugh like crazy. ” – kids-apps.mobi
If you are a reviewer and would like to check out Odd Spotting drop us a line – we would love to hear from you!
Keep your eyes peeled for the free “Lite” version of Odd Spotting which lets you experience the game and play 8 new levels. Odd Spotting Lite has been submitted and we have our fingers crossed for a live date.
We recently submitted the first update to Odd Spotting taking it to version 1.1. The new update includes a more streamlined front end and an additional 64 levels (in Pack 2).