Cake Press is a new multiplayer tetris-style arcade game for mobile devices. This game is a great true multiplayer game for PDAs and smartphones that lets folks who own different types of mobile devices from different manufacturers and run by different operating systems play together. For instance one person can play the game with Pocket PC Dell Axim x50v, another with Palm OS Treo 650, third with Windows Mobile i-mate sp3i based smartphone, and the fourth one with a phone run by Symbian OS N-Gage QD. The only requirement is that all devices must have Bluethooth connectivity capabilities in order for players of the game to interact with each other real-time.
The point of the game is to place three or more blocks of the same or suitable type in some kind of continuous figure. But it's not so easy! Lot's of enemies are ready to squash you with the gigantic press. So don't waste your time on long hesitations! Fortunately you can get some bonuses like bombs, armor or even berserk bonus!
Cake Press brings the cherished memories of playing Tetris on Commodore 64 or Atari to modern mobile devices, with enhanced graphics, wacky storyline and viral multiplayer capability that is sure to infect PDA and smartphone owners.
Cake Press features:
* 8 characters to choose from
* 8 enemy units
* 3 different gaming sets
* 12 exciting levels
* multiplayer mode up to 4 human players can play through Bluetooth (different smartphone and PDA models supported)
* 2 single game modes (Campaign and Freeplay).
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