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Rafter Rollercoaster: puzzle game for iPhone

Punflay comes up with another winner on the iPhone with Rafter

Gaming outfit Punflay, a part of Emantras Inc is proud to announce that their recently submitted game Rafter has become a great success among top iphone reviewers. This reflects the rich gaming experience that can be experienced on Punflay.com.

Rafter is an engaging game with blocks and spheres which have to be dropped with precision to strike a mine. Spread over 21 plus 20 challenging levels, it tests the user’s attention and skills to strike the mine as the timer ticks. The game has the scores tied with the number of moves made. The equation is simple: Each level has a fixed number of moves and the score increases when you solve the game using the least number of moves.

Rafter featured as “New and Noteworthy” in App Store US, Canada, Australia, Italy, France, Nederland under Games Category.

Soon to feature 100 levels for the same price 99c

Features:

  • One of its kind physics based game in which the player can sketch objects of required sizes
  • Choice of selecting the type of sketches between circle and rectangle.
  • Open feint enabled to share the scores
  • 41 mind blowing levels with interesting designs.
  • Witty and highly addictive levels targeting players’ drawing skills.

Pricing and Availability:
Rafter costs only 99 cents and is available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.

Rafter also topped charts at US app stores as well as other countries like UK, Canada, Italy, and Mexico. The developers at Punflay have also been adding 10 levels at regular intervals to add more value to the app. It will soon feature 100 levels for the same price of 99c.

Quite a steal!

About Punflay:

Punflay is a gaming outfit which belongs to an international digital learning company by the name Emantras. Was founded in 2009 and launched their 1st iPhone app called Adams Trouble. Copyright (C) 2010 Punflay. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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