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Falldown 3D by Applidium Hits #1 in Apple App Store in 10 CountriesOnce Again, Addiction Comes From Simplicity (March 25, 2011)
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 03/25/11 -- With one million downloads garnered and the #1 ranking in over 10 countries within a week of launch, the numbers are speaking for themselves: Falldown 3D is quietly but steadily conquering its share of our mobile gaming time. Applidium's team revisited the classic game of Falldown, smoothing the simulation of physics to offer the most enjoyable gameplay. It has been proven many times, the simplest games might be the most addictive.
As hinted by the game's name, the premise is pretty straightforward: you simply have to balance your device to allow the fall of a pinball ball off of a series of shelves. A couple of power-ups can help (or sometimes dangerously lure the greedy) while you are frantically swaying your iPhone to avoid the obstacles. Throw in the itch for the highest score sending you back to the game every time your friends pass your mark, and you have your seemingly winning formula: Sleek design, free simple fun, and a pinch of healthy competition. The app is available for free on the App Store.
Applidium*faberNovel is the France-based mobile expertise arm of global innovation agency faberNovel and specializes in design, development and product management of mobile applications. After publishing among others the app VLC for iOS, it got acquired earlier in 2011 to merge with the mobile development department of faberNovel, securing this new entity the rank of first publisher of mobile apps in France. With offices in San Francisco, Ho Chi Minh City and Moscow, the French-founded agency is increasingly strengthening its reach and presence worldwide. In the US, Applidium is hosted at the pariSoma coworking space in San Francisco.
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