Triangula — the shape of addiction

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  1. Arkady

    Arkady New Member

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    The latest version of the popular Triangula game for Windows Phone — now with online leaderboards — has just been released to the Marketplace.

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    Listed among "Best Windows Phone Apps" (windowsteamblog.com, bestwp7games.com), Triangula is a fun and smart take on the classic paper-and-pencil game Dots and Boxes.

    • Connect dots with lines and make triangles, trying to cover more area than your opponent.
    • Test your skills against the computer or challenge a friend.
    • Track your performance over time and post your grades to online leaderboards.
    • Leave the game unfinished and come back later to complete it.
    • Computer cheats? Use the playback feature to see what actually happened.

    Great simple game — easy to learn and fun to play, but hard to master.

    From reviewers around the globe:

    "The game turns out to be perfect in the playability..."

    "Triangula offers potentially endless gameplay..."

    "If you like puzzle games, you will love Triangula… A must-have app for lovers of brainteasers."

    The trial version of Triangula ($1.29) can be downloaded for free from the Marketplace. An ad-supported version of the game, Triangula Free, is also available.
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    Triangula Free has been updated and now offers the same set of features as the premium version of the game, including the full set of grid size options and the unrestricted access to online leaderboards. Also, in the latest version of the ad-supported Triangula, textual ads are blended with the game's theme, which makes them less intrusive.

    The Beautiful Mind Games development team are now working on the online multiplayer option for their popular series of strategy games (which currently includes Triangula, Quadrata and Orientile), as well a number of new original titles. Stay tuned.

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