I have been playing this game for close to 3 months now on the iphone with my kids, super addicting game with some really good puzzle/strategy and game mechanics. I highly recommend this game if you like games like angry birds, Water, Feed the Dragon, Saving Yello and Lorax.
OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE
August 06, 2012: FDG Entertainment has a fantastic freebie today! The 8 million downloaded All-Time-Classic “Cover Orange” is currently free on iPad for a limited time! With a total of 360 levels this means a ton of fun for zero dollars! The HD Version for iPad was never free, until today! Time to celebrate!
The game is a co-production between FDG and the original Flash developer “Johnny-K”. Cover Orange supports Retina Screen graphics and Game Center (Leaderboard + Achievements).
Prices: Cover Orange: $.99
Cover Orange HD: $1.99 –> FREE!
A dangerous cloud carrying deadly poison rain is on the move, and it’s up to YOU to save the exposed orange population. Drag the various objects at your disposal and strategically drop them into each new level to prevent the acid rain from touching the precious fruit.
All oranges must survive, so they’ll reward you with lovable shouts and cheers if you complete the task. Get out there and save the vitamin C!
App Store product link (Cover Orange HD, iPad):
VIDEO: Cover Orange HD Gameplay (YouTube):
PRESSKIT (Screenshots + Icon)
About FDG Entertainment:
FDG Entertainment is a leading developer and publisher of highly creative games for major platforms including iOS and casual game consoles and is currently rated the #34 TOP Developer / Publisher for iPhone at Pocketgamer.biz. The company was founded back in 2001 and is located in Munich, Germany. FDG Entertainment produced more than 40 critically acclaimed games, including Cover Orange with over 8 million downloads and Parachute Panic with over 5 million downloads. FDG also won the International Mobile Games Award (IMGA 2010) in Barcelona for the Best Mobile Game 2010 with Beyond Ynth. The company’s latest success is Clear Vision, a sniper shooting game in top paid positions worldwide including the US. Clear Vision sold over 1 Million units within 2 months.
Founded back in 2008 by Eugeniy Kuzmin in Russia, the development team quickly became very popular with several Flash hit-game releases like “Roly-Poly Cannon”, “Ragdoll Cannon”, “Roly-Poly Eliminator” and the “Cover Orange” series. These games have already been played more than 250 million times. Future plans of the company include releases for other platforms like game consoles and iPhone/iPod touch/iPad.
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