Do you Believe in a Thing Called Love? Big Ideas Digital do. This week, they're proud to be launching Valentine's Day-themed DLC for their #1 freemium game, Say What You See: The Collection(TM). The DLC will be available in the iPhone, iPad and Android apps from 1PM on Thursday, February 7th.
The free-to-download Say What You See: The Collection(TM) app asks users to Look for Longer to unravel the movie titles and pop star names hidden in a series of beautifully hand-painted canvases. It's currently available on three different formats, iPhone, iPad and Android.
New DLC is released for the Say What You See: The Collection(TM) app every month, and what better subject for February than "Love Songs"? It may not feature A Million Love Songs, but it does feature 50, all concealed in the form of fiendish puzzles. Romeos and Juliets everywhere will thrill to the beautiful scene; a Rose red sunset over a Beautiful beach. There are strange sights to be seen too - a rose kissing a girl, a devilish card game and even a few Angels. The painting was done by our very own Lady in Red, Aileen Raistrick, who has photo-realistic style fueled by the Power of Love.
David Stevens, Big Ideas MD is extremely pleased with the new Valentine's Day-themed content: "Say What You See: The Collection(TM) is Always on my Mind, but I've got More Than A Feeling that this particular piece of DLC will do very well. Purchasing this is the perfect way to say "I Love You" to your partner this Valentine's Day. Maybe I'm Amazed at how good the artwork is, but I guess, That's The Way Love Goes."
So, if You Want To Know What Love is, please check it out in the Say What You See: The Collection app from Thurday 7th February for 69p.
Say What You See: The Collection is free and available worldwide through the App Store in the Games category. Say What You See: The Collection(TM) comes with a free iCanvas featuring 50 puzzles, additional costs apply for DLC and other downloads. The app is also available from Google Play. For further information and review copies, or if you'd like to arrange a competion, please contact Jon Hamblin at Big Ideas.