Pocket Playlab, a Bangkok-based developer and publisher of mobile games, founded by young Danish entrepreneurs, has introduced its latest iOS (soon to be on Android) game application, “Lost Cubes.”
And it looks like to be a hit. After launching on the U.S. iTunes store for 6 hours, “Lost Cubes” is now number 35 on the over-all ranking of the Games section.
The puzzle game revolves around a mission to save the Cubes planet where gamers have to connect the identical pairs of cube characters to complete each level.
Deemed to be an upgrade of a mobile sensation “Free Flow,” where gamers connect similar colored dots to win the game, “Lost Cube” comes with better animation and extra fun, said its creator Thomas Andreasen.
“Instead of lines in simple hues, the blocks are connected with streaks of fire, wind, earth, water and other more creative elements,” cited a post on Kotaku, a video game-focused blog. “It pick ups where [Free Flow] left off.”
“Lost Cubes” is Pocket Playlab’s first big product to be launched after Andreasen and his friend, Jakob Lykkegaard set up the company in March last year. The company now consists of 20 staff, both Thai and international and plans to release more games throughout this year.
In an interview with ScandAsia, Andreasen said he will fly to Singapore on Friday to look for more investors in order to get the company’s products spontaneously streaming on the web.
Lost Cubes is now available in the App Store in the Puzzle section of the Games area as a free-to-download app. Download here: https://itunes.apple.com/app/lost-cubes/id570621454?mt=8
Watch “Lost Cubes” trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6xHhwguYpY