We want to say A HUGE THANKS to everyone for their support since the launch of QuickFlicks, be it downloading the game, sharing links, sharing scores, rating the game, reviewing the game, tweeting about it, texting friends, sending us Emails, or calling us. If you played the game and are feeling frustrated, we feel a little bit guilty about that, but please restrain yourself! Do not shout at or in any way abuse your iPhone, iPad or iPod, they are merely innocent little computers.
On launch day we were lucky enough to land some cool and very extensive coverage for QuickFlicks throughout the Boom Breakfast show on local radio. In between almost every music segment from just before 8am to 9am, Dan, Bill and their boss talked about the game, about me, and voiced their frustrations at trying to get past the first level. At one point I was declared Dan’s new sworn enemy! A huge thanks to Dan Allaire, Bill and all the folks at Boom 101.9
Here are the graphics and tag lines we used on Facebook & Twitter to promote QuickFlicks during the 5 days leading up to it’s launch in the Apple App Store on January 22nd.
Fancy a challenge? QuickFlicks is a simple game about flicking dots, though let’s just say it’s not as easy as it sounds!
Test your speed of thought and hand-eye coordination to the limit with QuickFlicks.
It’s been called addictive, frustrating, impossible. QuickFlicks launches in the App Store this Thursday.
Be quick with your flicks as the clock ticks. QuickFlicks launches on Thursday.
Flick every dot against the matching colored barrier before time runs out. Easy, right? QuickFlicks will be available in the App Store tomorrow.
It’s here! You can download QuickFlicks from the App Store
Just 4 hours into the review process, Apple rejected the app. They didn’t like the idea of the bonus level being available only to players who rate the app in the App Store. Despite the fact a player could rate it 1 star (the lowest) and still get access to the bonus level, Apple view it the same as paying people to write reviews (when clearly only wonderful, probably inaccurate things get written). Apple rule, so we need to make a few changes. It’s going to take until next year to fix this… Luckily that’s tomorrow. We’ll re-submit next week.