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Submitted by Jaydepps 524d ago | news

ParcelSorter Released on iOS and Android

French developers Eric Caginicolau and Guillaume Ortega have released their game ParcelSorter for Android and iOS. Sorting packages can very mundane and repetitive which is why a sport known as ParcelSorter was created to motivate the postmen. (Android, iPad, iPhone, ParcelSorter)

STGuy1040  +   523d ago
This reminds me of Klax by Atari.
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darkride66  +   523d ago
I've got nothing against games that want to borrow gameplay concepts from classics, but for the love of god, at least attempt to do something new. As a mobile developer myself, I find this embarrassing. This is no different then the hundreds of copies of Tiny Wings out there, or Angry Birds, that just slapped a different skin on someone else's game. What's sad is they're all probably making more off those crappy knock offs than my team trying to bring something original out. :)
MartinB105  +   523d ago
Another crappy phone game imitation by creatively-bankrupt developers who steal their ideas from 90's arcrade games. I'd rather play the original KLAX.

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